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CellML is an XML-based exchange format developed by the University of Auckland in collaboration with Physiome Sciences, Inc. CellML 1.1 has a component-based architecture allowing a modeller to build complex systems of models that expand and reuse previously published models. CellML Metadata is a format for encoding contextual information for a model. CellML 1.1 can be used in conjunction with CellML Metadata to provide a complete description of the structure and underlying mathematics of biological models. A repository of over 200 electrophysiological, mechanical, signal transduction, and metabolic pathway models is available at www.cellml.org.*
*( Autumn A. Cuellar et al. SIMULATION December 2003 79: 740-747, doi:10.1177/0037549703040939 )
|Spatial Representation Level
- Model components reusability
- Multiscale Models
MathML Support: yes
Full MathML Support: no
Unit Required: yes
Miriram Support: yes
identifiers.org Support: yes
Metadata specification is declared modulary and is not part of the main specification. Actual version is 2.0.
CellML API - Java
CellML API - Python
CellML describes mathematical models as a network of reusable components. The components harbor variables that change due to underling mathematical equations. The elements of CellML describe low level concepts, therefore CellML can be used in variety of not only biological topics.
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CellML free to use license
- (a) freely use, publish, and redistribute the CellML Format and documentation
- (b) write and sell applications which create, load, or write CellML-valid XML files
- (c) distribute or sell their own CellML-valid XML files
- (d) transmit verbatim copies of the CellML Format and documentation to any person, without restriction.