Simulation program for thyroid homeostasis
SimThyr is a continuous simulation program for pituitary-thyroid feedback control. Applications of this program cover research, including development of hypotheses, and education of students in biology and medicine, nurses and patients.
SimThyr is based on a physiologically-grounded nonlinear mathematical theory of thyroid homeostasis. The application supports simulation in time domain and various methods of sensitivity analysis.
Source code is provided for Lazarus and Free Pascal. The program is compatible with most desktop Linux distributions, Mac OS X and Windows.
released on 13 April 2017
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|License:BSD 2Clause||jwdietr||23 July 2014|
Leaders and contributors
|Phil Hess||Technical Advise|
|Johannes W. Dietrich||Initiator and Main Developer|
|Martin R. Fischer||Scientific and technical advise|
|Ulla Mitzdorf||Scientific Advise|
|Rudolf Hörmann||Scientific Advise|
|C. Renate Pickardt||Scientific Advise|
|John E. Midgley||Scientific Advise|
|Martin Adler||Technical Advise|
|Matthias Holzer||Technical Advise|
Resources and communication
|Developers||VCS Repository Webview||http://sourceforge.net/p/simthyr/code/|
|General||Mailing List Info/Archive||http://sourceforge.net/p/simthyr/mailman/|
|Required to build||Lazarus|
|Required to build||Free Pascal|
This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 23 July 2014.
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