DDMoRe Model Repository
This is the new version of the DDMoRe Repository. The first release developed and provided by the DDMoRe Foundation. This release contains the following new features:
- Support for PharmML 0.8.1 (used by the DDMoRe interoperability products).
- Improvements in presentation, such as the display of the model submission ID.
- Numerous bug fixes.
If you have any suggestions for improvement or wish to report a bug then please report them here.
If you want to submit a model to the repository then you can find advice and guidance here.
Recently Registered Users
We are aware of an problem that has meant that new users registering with the repository were not receiving their login credentials by email. If you haven't received your login details then please get in touch with us via the contact form here.
As of March 2018, the repository contains 128 Pharmacometric models. 51 are represented in PharmML and of those 24 use the latest version and most are also represented in MDL.
The DDMoRe Foundation (DDMoRe) Repository enables access to curated and shared knowledge for the benefit of model-informed drug discovery, development and usage.
The Model Repository is an open, publicly-available, free-to-use platform that is indexed, fully searchable and supported by peer-review. Together with DDMoRe's unique interoperability framework, these tools facilitate the collaborative development of computational models.
Users can submit their models in a number of formats, but to benefit from all of the repository's features will need to use the PharmML representation.
DDMoRe relies on the scientific community to build knowledge and fill the repository with relevant content. Thus we welcome models with relevance to the discovery, development and usage of drugs and spanning PK, PD and disease models as well as the range from empirical to systems pharmacology/biology models.
The model submission process is detailed here.
Next releasesUpcoming features include
- exhaustive annotation of models
- a more comprehensive search engine based on available metadata
- faceted browsing based on the types of models available
- a detailed procedure for model qualification
- integration with the DDMoRe Interoperability Framework
Citing the DDMoRe Repository
We are happy that you used a model from the repository for your analysis, but you may be wondering how to reference it? Please use the following convention:
(Submitter, Model title (as it is in the repository), DDMODEL 000000XX, year of submission in the repository, (repository.ddmore.foundation/model/DDMODEL000000XX))
Z Parra-Guillen, Friberg_2009_schizophrenia_Prolactin, DDMODEL 0000001, 2014, (repository.ddmore.foundation/model/DDMODEL0000001).
Thank you for acknowledging the effort of modellers who have shared their models with the community.