Author Archives: SEMS

The SEMS project came to an end

As you may have guessed from this website’s quiet news section: The SEMS project came to an end. Tom was bravely holding the fort, spending the last few cents of our budget in July 2017. But do not worry, not all is lost! SEMS peeps will continue their fights for improved management of computational models […]

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BiVeS-WebApp as a Docker image

Today we compiled the BiVeS web application into a Docker image. Using Docker it is very simple to run the application on your desktop, your server, your cloud… The Docker image is available from the Docker Hub as binfalse/bives-webapp. To pull the latest version of the BiVeS web application just call 1docker pull binfalse/bives-webapp Running […]

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CaRoWeb: now including ?remote= and redirect=checkout

We just updated the CaRoWeb interface. This update brings two brand-new options to the conversion requestions: ?remote= downloads containers from other web servers In addition to the famous HTTP-POST-conversion you can now supply a link to a container that’s to be converted, e.g.: 1curl ‘http://SERVER/caro?remote=http://scripts.sems.uni-rostock.de/getshowcase.php’ the value supplied to the ?remote= gets interpreted as a […]

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SEMS’ Gallery

Yeah! SEMS now has a gallery :) At gallery.sems.uni-rostock.de you’ll find images, logos, and figures that we created. If you click on an image you’ll get more information about it. The number of images is currently fairly small, but will hopefully be increasing in the future.

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BiVeS in PMR2

One of our main goals at HARMONY 2015 was to improve the version control of PMR2, as we described earlier. During HARMONY, Tommy Yu, main developer of PMR2, and Martin Scharm already achieved preliminary results. Today Tommy sent us the first version of BiVeS integrated into the CellML model repository: go here: http://staging.physiomeproject.org/workspace/beeler_reuter_1977/file/cb090c96a2ce627457b14def4910ac39219b8340/beeler_reuter_1977.cellml Then click […]

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Now running Jessie

As the SEMS team is fighting for free and open software we obviously avoid using proprietary products. Thus, all our machines run GNU/Linux based operating systems, specifically Debian. The Debian project just released a new stable version: code name “Jessie”. We just updated all our machines to the latest Debian release and want to take […]

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