Supports biological community and SBML users in particular. MathSBML is an open-source package for working with SBML models in Mathematica. It provides facilities for reading SBML models, converting them to systems of ordinary differential equations for simulation and plotting in Mathematica, and translating the models to other formats. It can handle levels 1 and 2 SBML.
Supplies a system biology markup language (SBML) interface for R. SBMLR is an R package that provides a set of utilities dedicated to ease SBML objects edition, model simulations and summaries including species and reaction rate laws. It includes functions for import and export of files and models. Besides, this application leans on deSolve package to allow users to reproduce SBML models.
Allows users to communicate with the XNAT server through its REST interface. pyXNAT is implemented in python and aims to simplify interactions with an XNAT server to plug-in external tools or python scripts by exposing an API.
Facilitates the complicated and cumbersome model development process by providing a simple method to translate such models to human-readable reports. SBML2LaTeX is a Java-based stand-alone program to fill this gap. A convenient web service also allows users to directly convert SBML to various formats, including DVI, LATEX and PDF, and provides many settings for customization. It covers all constructs defined in the latest specification of SBML (Level 2 Version 4) and is able to typeset complex kinetic formulas.
A toolbox that facilitates importing and exporting models represented in the Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML) in and out of the MATLAB environment and provides functionality that enables an experienced user of either SBML or MATLAB to combine the computing power of MATLAB with the portability and exchangeability of an SBML model. SBMLToolbox supports all levels and versions of SBML.