This guide is intended as an introduction and reference of the RoadRunner SBML Simulation Engine. This guide will show the most important features and provides a complete API reference.
To get you started here is a very simple script that will load an example SBML model and run a time course simulation and plot the results:
import roadrunner # load an SBML model rr = roadrunner.RoadRunner("mymodel.xml") # simulate from 0 to 10 time units with 100 output rows result = rr.simulate(0,10,100) rr.plot()
Looking for a model to start with? We included a couple with libRoadRunner, see Loading Models.
Now read the tutorials to learn more about the capabilities of RoadRunner.