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BioMOCA

By Reza Toghraee1, Umberto Ravaioli1

1. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Ion channel simulator

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Version 1 - published on 02 May 2006

doi:10.4231/D3804XJ5W cite this

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Usage

World usage

Location of all "BioMOCA" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

747

7 72 106 130 145 171 216 230 242 259 285 305 313 332 345 380 395 422 431 438 455 473 484 492 502 520 530 534 545 549 557 567 574 581 591 599 601 605 607 609 613 618 620 620 620 621 623 625 625 628 629 631 634 639 654 659 663 668 669 672 674 675 677 679 681 681 684 684 686 687 689 692 692 701 702 702 705 706 706 708 711 716 722 725 726 726 727 727 728 730 731 733 735 736 738 743 744 744 745 746 747

Users By Organization Type
Type Users
Educational - University 574 (76.64%)
Industry 61 (8.14%)
Unidentified 37 (4.94%)
National Lab 31 (4.14%)
Educational - Pre-College 23 (3.07%)
Unemployed 14 (1.87%)
Government Agency 7 (0.93%)
Military 2 (0.27%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 383 (67.67%)
in INDIA 69 (12.19%)
ca CANADA 26 (4.59%)
kr KOREA, REPUBLIC OF 18 (3.18%)
cn CHINA 15 (2.65%)
de GERMANY 14 (2.47%)
gb UNITED KINGDOM 14 (2.47%)
tw TAIWAN 9 (1.59%)
co COLOMBIA 9 (1.59%)
pl POLAND 9 (1.59%)

Simulation Runs

2,955

49 368 503 591 678 777 961 1019 1056 1122 1213 1281 1313 1349 1394 1554 1617 1710 1770 1796 1870 1933 1977 2043 2070 2124 2155 2165 2196 2206 2224 2250 2269 2288 2311 2336 2353 2378 2384 2391 2403 2413 2415 2415 2415 2425 2433 2440 2474 2488 2497 2505 2535 2548 2625 2636 2655 2672 2673 2683 2690 2691 2696 2699 2701 2701 2706 2709 2720 2732 2737 2758 2762 2802 2806 2806 2814 2818 2819 2827 2833 2842 2861 2876 2881 2881 2888 2890 2891 2896 2908 2912 2917 2922 2925 2932 2945 2945 2947 2948 2955
Overview
Average Total
Wall Clock Time 8.25 hours 400.47 days
CPU time 4.7 minutes 3.8 days
Interaction Time 5.26 hours 255.32 days

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