Websites with data
Olympus is provided as a free resource to members of the MIDAS network. To sign up for an account on Olympus, please visit http://epimodels.org.
For more information on Olympus, please read this PowerPoint presentation or watch the video to the right.
Software available on Olympus
If you require software on Olympus that is not listed below, please contact email@example.com.
Disease Transmission Models
Workflows on Olympus
Obtaining a Synthetic Population in Synthia Format
The primary purpose of the MIDAS Digital Commons (MDC) is to support infectious disease epidemiologists who are developing computational models of biological phenomena. The scope of the MDC is primarily defined by the past and present research of the MIDAS research network as reflected in its 1000+ publications (listed and linked to in reverse chronologic order here).
At present, the MDC consists of (1) a collection of digital objects in the domain of infectious disease epidemiology (2) a compute platform for running experiments, and (3) a search function that makes the digital objects findable.
The digital objects include software, datasets, and data formats.
The compute platform hosts programming languages and other software tools and some of the digital objects (e.g., disease transmission models and synthetic ecosystems). The locally hosted digital objects are labelled AOC (Available on the Olympus Cluster). Other digital objects are hosted remotely (i.e., they are virtual w.r.t. this digital commons).
We intend that all digital objects conform to FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) guidelines. To make datasets interoperable, we represent them whenever possible in Apollo-XSD syntax and label them as being AE (Apollo-Encoded) in the MDC.