SEEDS - Stochastic Ecological and Evolutionary Dynamics System
|Created by:||Brian Connelly <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Luis Zaman <email@example.com>|
The primary source for documentation is the SEEDS Wiki. Here, detailed installation instructions, how-to guides, code templates, and example experiments are provided.
SEEDS requires Python version 2.7 or greater. As of version 1.0.9, SEEDS also supports Python 3. Additionally, SEEDS requires the NetworkX package.
Installation is done using the standard Python Distribution Utilities and can be as straightforward as running "python setup.py install". For further instructions on this process, please see the SEEDS Wiki or the official Distutils documentation at http://docs.python.org/install/index.html.
Out of the box, SEEDS includes simple experiments in the examples directory. These experiments can be run once SEEDS has been installed on your system. See the README.txt file in a specific directory to learn about the experiment, how to configure it, and how to perform it.
SEEDS is designed as a plugin-based framework. This means that you can create and use your own cell types, topologies, and actions and use these immediately without modifying the base SEEDS framework.
To create experiments that model behaviors of interest to you, a Cell type will need to be created. Additionally, sample Cell types can be found in the examples directory, and a template can be found in the templates directory.
For further information about plugins, please see the SEEDS Wiki.
Reporting Bugs and Feature Requests
SEEDS is under constant development. To see which features and changes are planned or to report bugs, visit http://github.com/briandconnelly/seeds/issues.