GLEaMviz Simulator goes public!
Epiwork Computational Modeling Platform is based on GLEaM, a discrete stochastic epidemic computational model based on a meta-population approach in which the world is defined in geographical census areas connected in a network of interactions by human travel fluxes corresponding to transportation infrastructures and mobility patterns.
The GLEaMviz Simulator is a software system with an intuitive and flexible GUI for the simulation of emerging infectious diseases spreading across the world, that we developed during the last 2 years. The software system levers on GLEaM, and its design maximizes ﬂexibility in the deﬁnition of the disease compartmental model and in the conﬁguration of the simulation scenario, allowing the user to set a variety of parameters, from compartment-speciﬁc features, to transition values, to environmental effects. The output of the simulation is then provided in terms of a dynamic map visualization and sets of charts to quantitatively describe the geotemporal evolution of the disease.
The software is based on a Client-server system. The GLEaMviz Simulator Client uses the Adobe AIR 1.5 runtime and can thus be installed on recent versions of the following operating systems: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux.
For more details on the GLEaMviz Simulator and its use visit the GLEaMviz Simulator webpage.
Download the GLEaMviz Simulator and explore your global epidemic simulations!
More details can also be found on the WP4 Computational Platform Page.