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In this talk I would like to explore on how to apply the scientific method to in silico experiments. How can we design these experiments, so that they are independent of the software tool that gave rise to them? Over the past decade we have seen the rise of model exchange formats such as the Systems Biology Markup Language (SBML), that enable us to share the models readily with colleagues and between applications.
Here I present the Simulation Experiment Description Markup Language (SED-ML) that aims to do the same thing for in silico experiments. After detailing its history, and where it currently stands, I will give a short overview of the growing tool support.
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