BETSEE, the BioElectric Tissue Simulation Engine Environment.
BETSEE (BioElectric Tissue Simulation Engine Environment) is the open-source cross-platform graphical user interface (GUI) for BETSE, a finite volume simulator for 2D computational multiphysics problems in the life sciences – including electrodiffusion, electro-osmosis, galvanotaxis, voltage-gated ion channels, gene regulatory networks, and biochemical reaction networks (e.g., metabolism).
BETSEE is pre-release software under active development. No packages automating installation of either BETSEE itself or BETSEE dependencies are currently provided. In particular, there currently exist no:
BETSEE is installable as follows:
Under all other platforms, by manually installing BETSEE and BETSE via your preferred package manager.
Needless to say, Ubuntu Linux is strongly recommended for use of this pre-release version.
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To open a POSIX-compatible terminal under:
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Like BETSEE, PySide2 is pre-release software under active development. Unlike BETSEE, packages automating installation of both PySide2 itself and PySide2 dependencies (e.g., Qt) are available for various platforms – including:
- All Entypo+ icons distributed with BETSEE, kindly released under the permissive CC BY-SA 4.0 license by Daniel Bruce.
- All Noun Project icons distributed with BETSEE, kindly released under the permissive CC BY 3.0 license by various authors, including:
- All Open Iconic icons distributed with BETSEE, kindly released under the permissive MIT license.
Alexis Pietak and Michael Levin, 2016. Exploring instructive physiological signaling with the bioelectric tissue simulation engine (BETSE). (Supplement).  Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 4(55). https://doi.org/10.3389/fbioe.2016.00055
See also this list of BETSE-centric papers for further supporting material.
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