BioUML development roadmap

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This page describes the current plans for BioUML platform development in 2016 and includes a list of desired features that are not scheduled yet. Users, administrators and developers are welcome with their comments and suggestions about new features as well as feature implementation priorities. For this purpose, please, use the BioUML forum.

Plans for 2016

Release Description Date
v. 2016.4
  • Analysis
    • Parameters identifiability analysis (Raue et al., 2009)
    • Generating models population using Metropolis algorithm
    • Key node sensitivity analysis
    • New result types for Steady State: table, simulation result
  • Simulation
    • Automatic generation of kinetik laws from SBO
    • Option to set different output type for variables (quantity or concentration)
    • Options for algebraic solvers
  • SBML
    • Level 2 version 5 supported
    • All tests from SBML test suite v. 3.2.0 passed
  • BioUML IDE
    • NetBeans version updated to 8.2
  • Bug fixing
December

2016

v. 2016.2
  • Modeling
    • Custom styles for diagram elements rendering for all types of models (see SBGN examples)
    • Automatic detection of model parameter types (Unused, ODE, Algebraic, Descrete, Parameter)
    • Converter: SBML-SBGN diagram -> SBML-SBGN composite diagram
  • Databases
    • CHEBI support enhancement
  • Analysis
    • Flux balance analysis enhancement
July

2016

Other desired features

Component Features Priority
Core
  • Major refactoring: complex, macromolecule state, reaction
  • Parameters fitting - optimization process as a workflow
  • Save optimization results as the diagram state
  • Implementation of OQL subset for access to databases via BioUML object model
moderate
Databases
  • KEGG support improvements:
  • Diagram export (KGML, BioPAX, SBML, +SVG, +PNG, +JPEG)
  • Set up wizard
low
Misc.
  • SBRML support
  • Further integration with MATLAB
low

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