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Jun
19
comment When using NDsolve, how to determine the positions of steady states?
Thanks a lot. Do you mind expand a bit on the EigenSystem part?
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comment When using NDsolve, how to determine the positions of steady states?
Is it possible to get the events time ?
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Jun
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comment When using NDsolve, how to determine the positions of steady states?
This seems good. Thanks.
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Apr
25
comment Can Mathematica draw networks with nodes having multiple layers?
@SjoerdC.deVries Hi, still have no clue how to build the layer. I can have graph with circles, how can I put some of those circles in a rectangle?
Apr
23
comment Can Mathematica draw networks with nodes having multiple layers?
@SjoerdC.deVries thanks very much!!
Apr
23
comment Can Mathematica draw networks with nodes having multiple layers?
@SjoerdC.deVries If it's too difficult to apply graph algorithm. Then just drawing the graph from code will be much helpful also.
Apr
23
comment Can Mathematica draw networks with nodes having multiple layers?
@SjoerdC.deVries In the middle boxes, they one or more circles. The colour of circles can be black, red, blue, purple.
Apr
23
comment Can Mathematica draw networks with nodes having multiple layers?
@SjoerdC.deVries red and blue always point to purple ones, but black lines can connect any circles. The top and bottom oval are fixed. In the middle there are only boxes with green or grey. Green on has a green switching arrows. Grey one doesn't. (Ideally, any two or more boxes can be stick to each other, but this might make it too difficult.) if graph algorithms can be applied will be much much greater (still, I think this makes it even harder). Thanks.
Apr
23
comment Can Mathematica draw networks with nodes having multiple layers?
@SjoerdC.deVries basically, each rectangle represents a molecule say a protein. The circles inside are reaction points. Green arrows means protein can switch between different states. The problem is green arrows is on rectangles and black line and the other two type arrows are between circles.
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