sybil (2.0.4)

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Efficient Constrained Based Modelling.

http://www.cs.hhu.de/lehrstuehle-und-arbeitsgruppen/computational-cell-biology/software/sybil.html
http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/sybil

This Systems Biology Package (Gelius-Dietrich et. al. (2012) ) implements algorithms for constraint based analyses of metabolic networks, e.g. flux-balance analysis (FBA), minimization of metabolic adjustment (MOMA), regulatory on/off minimization (ROOM), robustness analysis and flux variability analysis. The package is easily extendable for additional algorithms. Most of the current LP/MILP solvers are supported via additional packages.

Maintainer: Claus Jonathan Fritzemeier
Author(s): C. Jonathan Fritzemeier [cre, ctb], Gabriel Gelius-Dietrich [aut], Rajen Piernikarczyk [ctb], Marc Andre Daxer [ctb], Benjamin Braasch [ctb], Abdelmoneim Desouki [ctb], Martin J. Lercher [ctb]

License: GPL-3 | file LICENSE

Uses: lattice, Matrix, lpSolveAPI, clpAPI, glpkAPI, cplexAPI
Reverse depends: BacArena, GlobalFit, RSeed, sybilcycleFreeFlux, sybilDynFBA, sybilEFBA, sybilSBML
Reverse suggests: abcdeFBA, minval, sybilDynFBA

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