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Neuromuscular Models Library

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http://shared.eagle-i.net/i/0000013a-e6f8-3f39-6a8e-507d80000000

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  1. Database

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  1. Resource Description
    "Welcome to the neuromuscular models library! The goal of this site is to provide a resource for students, researchers, and clinicians to access, use, test, and develop models. The majority of models in this library are for use with OpenSIM (which you can download free through simtk.org) and/or SIMM. Please take a look and enjoy. Please respect your fellow modelers. In using these models we ask that you respect the hard work of your fellow researchers by citing their work appropriately. When you go to the Download section you will be directed to individual project pages for each model which contain all of the files and documentation. Please carefully review the publications and cite the references in your future papers, presentations, grant applications, etc. Have a model to contribute? Do you have a model which you would like to make available through this library? Providing others with access to your models can stimulate future studies, provide a foundation for young researchers, and maximize the impact of your model. It’s easy to set up a project page to post your model. This will allow you to track who is using your model and be in contact with them. Please consider contributing! The project administrators can help you post your model, so please contact us if you would like to get started." Keywords: computational model, neuromuscular model
  2. Contact
    Steele, Katherine
  3. Used by
    Stanford University
  4. Website(s)
    https://simtk.org/home/nmblmodels
 
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