Another big motivation for working on DiffEqJump comes from knowing that it is freely available for any modeler, for example, being actively used by researchers in Quantitative Systems Pharmacology working on drug development. This open source project helps biologists, chemists, epidemiologists and other scientists simulate stochastic networks efficiently and accurately.
In the coming weeks I will be designing an interface for spatial simulations in DiffEqJump. Follow my Github and DiffEqJump to see the progress this summer.
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