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When I moved the site to Linode, I cloned the existing Drupal version which was 6.36. Once it was working I updated it to 6.37, which was described as the final release of v6, and which it was necessary to upgrade to before taking the leap to v7 or v8.
Systo is a novel approach for supporting dynamic systems modelling in web pages.
Over the years I have been building a library of environmental functions (in the form of a text file usable by Simile (http://www.simulistics.com/help/equations/user-defined/macro.htm). This library is useful, in the main, in plant ecophysiology. To use this file save it without the .txt at the end of the name in you user functions directory ("My Documents\My Simile Files\Functions" on Windows).
I am at present attempting to configure the web site to accept login (and registration) via various social networking sites to save users form having yet another set of login credentials for this site.
So currently glyphs prompting login via Google Facebook etc may well appaear but not work until I have the configuration correct.
I have been working on converting ModelMaker (www.modelkinetix.com) version 4 models (*.mod) to Simile version 5.9.
ModelMaker compartments, variables, defines and parameters now seem to be handled. Events and tables are not yet handled.
We are asked from time to time for a list of Simile related publications and so have added a publications page. This isn't comprehensive yet but is released now to get the ball rolling.
All registered users can add items to the list, so if you have a relevant publication or know of one we've missed please add an entry!
I've been looking at a number of other modelling languages, primarily to see how models are represented in the language. One of these is Modelica, which is mainly aimed at the development of engineering-related models. A number of modelling environments, such as Dymola, are fully Modelica-compliant.
We at Simulistics have decided that it is high time to give Simulistics.com a make over.