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The Open Source HetaSimulator project is going to be launched by InSysBio

The Open Source HetaSimulator project is going to be launched by InSysBio

One of the world's pioneers of Quantitative Systems Pharmacology (QSP) modeling is presenting HetaSimulator. HetaSimulator is a simulation and parameters estimation platform for the Heta modeling language and a component of the Heta project. The main purpose of the package is to establish linkage between emerging QSP frameworks and fast computational methods.

HetaSimulator provides simulation engines for the Heta-based QSP models to be run in Julia without additional tools. HetaSimulator was developed as a Julia language package. Since Julia is evolving quickly, our expectations have been met.

Heta project is the most flexible and functional environment to develop a modeling project or advisory applications. We have the ability to develop large-scale QSP platforms based on Heta and conduct multiple simulations. We hope that our open source project will contribute to the advancement of modeling techniques.

An extensive track record of helping pharmaceutical companies to make right decisions on the critical stages of drug research and development can be found at InSys Bio. More than 120 projects have been completed in collaboration with leaders of the pharmaceutical industry, thanks to InSysBio's innovative QSP approach. You can find more information about InSysBio at www.insysbio.com."

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