Pyxlr8r is a completely Python based implementation of a Cellerator-like arrow notation for Cell simulation. Input and output is via text files (e.g. ASCII); the code is fully open source, transferable, and platform independent.

Anticipated beta-release date: Q3 2013

Stay tuned here for more information.

Contact: info@pyxlr8r.com


FeatureRelease
Parser, Expander, Interpreter, Solver1204052 (first alpha-release)
pyxlr8r to xlr8r Converter1204052
All xCellerator Arrows1204052
Reaction Cascades1204052
User-defined Reactions1204052
Equations for Rate Constants1204052
Produce stand-alone Python simulators1204052
Jacobian of Model 1204052
Steady State of a Model1204052
Arrays, Indexed Variables1204055
Cascades to pyxlr8r -> xlr8r Converter1204055
Function definitions in a Model1204057
Assignments in a Model1204063
Read SBML files (reactions, assignment, rate rules)1204063
Features Planned for Future Release (in no particular order)
Stochastic Simulations
GUI (Graphical User Interface)
Binary Installers for Windows and Macs
Support for Discrete events
Enzyme Mechanism Language (e.g., kmech support)
King Altman Calculations
Boundary Conditions (e.g., pulse train initial conditions)
Parameter Estimation
SBML Support for Discrete Events, Algebraic Rules, Constaints, "Initials"
Write SBML Files
Cambium Support
Direct GnuPlot support
Hybrid simulations
To find the pyxlr8r release version, enter python pyx.py version in the terminal window (linux/macs) or at the command prompt (windows).

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