Submit New Model

Only the information in this first section is required, however the more information you provide, the easier it will be for others to discover your model.
Your full name:
Your email:
Paper citation:

Required for public models.

Read/write access code:

Allows viewing and editing your model before it is made public.

Zip file with model code:
Model license:

A license tells people what they can and cannot do with your model.

Model overview and sharing

Model name:

What is investigated and paper. Examples in model names list.

Model notes:

A concise summary of the model, question, and results. Some people provide the paper abstract, but a model-focused explanation is better. You might want to answer: what makes your model different from models of the same cell, disease, etc? What were the main predictions/explanations from your model?

Experimental motivation:

Brief summary of key experimental findings driving modeling choices.

Read only access code:

Allows others (e.g. reviewers) to read but not edit an unpublished model.

Model properties

Properties autocomplete as you type or you can use the down arrow to see the full list.

Choose the properties of the model by keeping this guiding question in mind: "Do I want my model to appear when someone searches for all models with that(those) keyword(s)?" If one or more properties you would like to choose for your model does not already exist in the list(s) use the "Other tags" text box at the end to enter your suggestion. Most of the properties allow multiple selections.

Click the button to automatically find, approve, and populate model entry keywords based on your paper abstract.
Model type:
Region or organism:
Simulation environment:

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