Dynamical systems in R with simecol

This evening I will talk about Dynamical systems in R with simecol at the LondonR meeting.

Thanks to the work by Thomas Petzoldt, Karsten Rinke, Karline Soetaert and R. Woodrow Setzer it is really straight forward to model and analyse dynamical systems in R with their deSolve and simecol packages.

I will give a brief overview of the functionality using a predator-prey model as an example.

This is of course a repeat of my presentation given at the Köln R user group meeting in March.

For a further example of a dynamical system with simecol see my post about the Hodgkin-Huxley model, which describes the action potential of a giant squid axon.

I shouldn’t forget to mention the other talks tonight as well:

For more information about venue and timing see the LondonR web site.


For attribution, please cite this work as:

Markus Gesmann (Jun 19, 2012) Dynamical systems in R with simecol. Retrieved from https://magesblog.com/post/2012-06-19-dynamical-systems-in-r-with-simecol/

BibTeX citation:

@misc{ 2012-dynamical-systems-in-r-with-simecol,
 author = { Markus Gesmann },
 title = { Dynamical systems in R with simecol },
 url = { https://magesblog.com/post/2012-06-19-dynamical-systems-in-r-with-simecol/ },
 year = { 2012 }
 updated = { Jun 19, 2012 }