LibSBMLSim is a library for simulating an SBML model which contains Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs). LibSBMLSim provides simple command-line tool and several APIs to load an SBML model, perform numerical integration (simulate) and export its results. Both explicit and implicit methods are supported on libSBMLSim.
Dawg (DNA Assembly with Gaps) is an application designed to simulate the evolution of recombinant DNA sequences in continuous time based on the robust general time reversible model with gamma and invariant rate heterogeneity and a novel length-dependent model of gap formation.
Microscope Simulator enables a scientist to simulate what a given 3D scene should look like under a fluorescence microscope. 3D scenes can be constructed from primitives or imported files in VTK, OBJ, or PLY format.
CISMM (Computer Integrated Systems for Microscopy and Manipulation)
The rlsim package is a collection of tools for simulating RNA-seq library construction, aiming to reproduce the most important factors which are known to introduce significant biases in the currently used protocols: hexamer priming, PCR amplification and size selection.
SimulaTE allows to simulate arbitrary complex landscapes of transposable elements (TEs). Additionally reads may be simulated using the genomes of all indivdiuals in the population as template. Reads may be simulated using different sequencing technologies (PacBio, Illumina paired-ends) and strategies (sequencing individuals and pooled populations). SimulaTE will greatly aid in evaluating the suitability of different approaches for estimating TE abundance within populations and to test whether given genomic resources, such as a reference genome or a TE database (a fasta file containing consensus sequences of TEs), are suitable for TE identification.
MimicrEE (Mimicing Experimental Evolution) is a tool for forward simulations of entire genomes. It basically allowes to simulate adaptation from standing genetic variation, thus no ‘de novo’ mutations are supported. It has been tested with 8,000 individulas having 2,000,000 million SNPs.