Kendrick is a platform for epidemiological modeling and analysis.
Install 0.37 beta
It helps epidemiologists craft custom analyses cheaply.
It's based on Pharo and MOOSE. It's open source under BSD/MIT.
First Kendrick publication published in IEEE Explore:
Bui Thi Mai Anh; Stinckwich, S.; Ziane, M.; Roche, B.; Ho Tuong Vinh, "KENDRICK: A Domain Specific Language and platform for mathematical epidemiological modelling," Computing & Communication Technologies - Research, Innovation, and Vision for the Future (RIVF), 2015 IEEE RIVF International Conference on , pp.132,137, 25-28 Jan. 2015
More at IEEE Explore
Kendrick project participates to the Ebola Computing Challenge organized by Hacker League in October 2014
UMMISCO and Object Profile research teams joins their forces to build Ebola models and provide specific visualizations.
More at hackerleague.org
Kendrick uses an agile visualization engine.
The Roassal engine enables rapid visualization creation for various types of data.
A Kendrick chapter will be soon available in the agile visualization book (to be published mid 2015).
More at agilevisualization.com
Install Kendrick. It's easy.
Kendrick is built on top of Pharo, the young cool kid in the object-oriented languages arena, MOOSE the platform
for software/data analysis and Roassal, the agile visualization engine.
As with any Pharo application, you run it by executing the image containing the Kendrick code with the Pharo VM.
Kendrick is a community. Get involved.
The Kendrick project started in 2013 at UMMISCO research team (IRD/UPMC).
Its original goal was to build a Domain-Specific Language and Simulation Plaform for mathematical epidemiology modeling.
At the moment, differents epidemiological concerns are already managed: deterministic, stochastic and individual-based modeling, structured compartiments, multi-species and multi-hosts populations, patch models, network of contacts and mobility patterns.
Its development is currently supported by several contributors in France and Vietnam.
Drop an email at email@example.com.
Join the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list.
Check the code from smalltalkhub.com.
Read the Kendrick chapter in the Agile Visualization book.