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VPHi Webinar: Reproducibility and reuse in the Virtual Physiological Human

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posted on 2017-10-30, 22:12 authored by Poul NielsenPoul Nielsen, David NickersonDavid Nickerson

VPHi Keynote Webinar: "Reproducibility and reuse in the Virtual Physiological Human"

In the first part of the webinar, Prof Poul Nielsen will discuss his experiences developing standards for encoding mathematical models to assist in their creation, reproducibility, and reuse. The discussion will consider why these are essential goals for computational physiology in general, and for the VPH in particular. In his talk, Prof Nielsen will include examples spanning from the spatial scale sub-cellular pathways through to whole organs.

In the second part of the webinar, Dr David Nickerson will provide an overview of the current state of specific standards, repositories, and software tools relevant to the VPH and the Physiome Project. He will discuss how the various efforts attempt to provide the Virtual Physiological Human community with standards and tools that enable quantifiable and reproducible science.


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