New Biocham-web is now available for providing you with the latest version of Biocham online as a web service. Try it online!
New BioCham 3.5 has been released in May 2013.
The Biochemical Abstract Machine (BioCham) is a modelling
environment for systems biology, with some unique features for
static analysis or for
inferring unknown model parameters from temporal logic constraints.
BioCham is mainly composed of :
BioCham is a free software protected by the GNU General Public License
GPL version 2. This is an Open Source license that allows free
of this software.
Feedback on the use of BioCham in applications, research or teaching are particularly welcomed.
You can also try running some BioCham commands through the online version. All commands acting on files (export_dot, add_biocham, load_sbml, etc.) are deactivated. Only one picture will be displayed (the last one produced with plot, dot, etc.).
Try the last version of Biocham online as a Web service.
Binary versions: Windows XP binary version, Windows 7 binary version, Mac OS X (x86_64) binary version (tested on SnowLeopard) and Linux (x86_64) binary version (theoretically standalone, built on Ubuntu 10.04, run the biocham_gui script).
We recommend that you have already installed first Java version >= 1.5 for using the GUI of BIOCHAM.
Then you just need to execute and follow the instructions of the
Source version: Biocham-3.4.tar.bz2.
To install from source (which may be difficult on some platforms), and to be able to use all the features of Biocham, you need to install also:
The installation then basically proceeds by
is needed on your machine, you may need to install also:
The file INSTALL explains the compilation and installation procedure for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X (at least 10.4).
See the bibliography of the user's manual
Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org