Models and Tools

Model source code, documentation, and interactive plots. All code presented here is made available under permissive licenses. Please check each respository for details.
Also see this list of tutorials and tools.

Modelling involves more than simply creating a model and analysing its behaviour; for a model to be useful to an audience beyond the author(s) it must be documented in a thorough and precise manner, so that an independent reader can replicate the model results (and potentially extend the model itself).

Hormonal regulation of salt and water excretion

This whole-kidney model predicts steady-state salt and water excretion rates in response to renal pressure and circulating hormone levels, as illustrated in these interactive plots.

Afferent arteriole autoregulation

This model extends an existing autoregulatory model with the addition of an explicit glomerular capillary bed, in order to predict the glomerular filtration rate (GFR).

Interactive SEIR infectious disease model

This interactive model illustrates how epidemiological parameters, such as the basic reproduction number, affect the size and duration of an epidemic.