14 March 2014

Steady state solver implemented for chemical kinetic systems

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Welcome to Moose

MOOSE is the Multiscale Object-Oriented Simulation Environment. It is the base and numerical core for large, detailed simulations including Computational Neuroscience and Systems Biology.

MOOSE spans the range from single molecules to subcellular networks, from single cells to neuronal networks, and to still larger systems.
MOOSE uses Python for scripting compatibility with a large range of software and analysis tools. It recognizes model definition standards including SBML, NeuroML, and GENESIS model file formatsGallery

MOOSE is open source software, licensed under the LGPL (Lesser GNU Public License). It has absolutely no warranty.

The MOOSE team is also participating in development of MOOGLI: a library and standalone application for displaying time-course of activity of detailed 3-D network models using OpenGL and also using OpenSceneGraph



MOOSE can be downloaded from here.

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MOOSE project page at

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The MOOSE project uses Subversion for version control. The repository is hosted at This should be your source for the latest version of the code.

Last check-in:

2014-07-08 22:56:09 +0530

Description: Oops, forgot to include the new CaConcBase files.

Author: bhalla

Revision: 5629


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