The latest deployment includes the following notable updates:
Note: 6.1.1 only contains a few minor bug fixes from 6.1.0 with no new features
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The following are known issues with the current version of the software:
We are developing BioGears with various user groups in mind. We provide design decisions and functionality in several deployment packages to cater to each user group.
The packages listed below are available for Windows, Mac, and Ubuntu Linux. We recommend at least 1 GB of RAM for all downloads.
We created a suite of tools to drive the BioGears Engine. This Toolkit is intended for users (e.g., researchers, educators, or curious individuals) who wish to execute BioGears and view the physiological effects of the patient. These tools will create and plot a time-based, tab-delimited file of calculated physiological outputs.
The Toolkit unzips about 15 MB of files. We recommend having at least 1 GB of available disk space.
We created a software development kit (SDK) to help developers integrate the BioGears Engine into software applications. This SDK provides pre-built libraries and headers, as well as examples of programmatically using the provided interfaces. The provided application programming interfaces (APIs) provide full control over the engine to execute various actions and retrieve a wide range of calculated physiological outputs
The SDK unzips around 200 MB of files. Dynamic execution of the engine does not produce any files.
The full BioGears source code is available for users to view and review implementation, contribute improvements, and integrate or replace models for use with the BioGears systems.
We include scenarios and baselined results used for verification and validation. As changes are implemented in the code base, doing a comparison after making modifications shows how changes to the scenario files or code itself manifests in BioGears system data. This data is used extensively to validate each system individually, as well as the combined effects of insults and interventions—see the Methodology Reports for more details. The scenarios output requests match the columns in the results file; we recommend that you do not modify these scenarios.