Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byOlivia Conway Modified over 3 years ago

1
Demonstration of fitting with Berkeley Madonna FOCUS Degradation Kinetics, Ton van der Linden, January 27, 2005

2
2 General information Package Version contact Berkeley Madonna 8.0.1 www.berkeleymadonna.com

3
3 Additional information Java 1.1.8 (Sun Microsystems Inc) necessary for using Flowchart editor Windows 95 or later Version for Macintosh available Free demo version available (full functionality, except for printing and saving) User guide and examples available

4
4 Opening screen

5
5 Example Soil metabolism study, parent + two metabolites Parent Metabolite 1 Metabolite 2 Sink

6
6 Steps in the fitting procedure 1.Define model (equations / flow chart) 2.Initial values (substances / parameters) 3.Select parameters for fitting procedure 4.Set restrictions 5.Import datasets 6.Run 7.Export results

7
7 Define model d/dt (P) = -kp * P d/dt (M1) = fpm1*kp * P - km1 * M1 d/dt (M2) = fm1m2*km1 * M1 - km2 * M2 P = parent M1 = metabolite 1 M2 = metabolite 2 kx = degradation rate fx = formation fraction

8
8 Flowchart

9
9 Flowchart (simplified)

10
10 Initial values Init P = 100 Init M1 = 0 Init M2 = 0 kp =.1 km1 =.1 km2 =.1 fpm1=1 fm1m2=1

11
11 Total user defined code METHOD RK4 STARTTIME = 0 STOPTIME=119 DT = 0.02 Init P = 100 Init M1 = 0 Init M2 = 0 d/dt (P) = -kp * P d/dt (M1) = fpm1*kp * P - km1 * M1 d/dt (M2) = fm1m2*km1 * M1 - km2 * M2 kp =.1 km1 =.1 km2 =.1 fpm1=1 fm1m2=1

12
12 Code automatically defined from flowchart { {Reservoirs} d/dt (P) = - JPM1 - JPS INIT P = 100 d/dt (M1) = + JPM1 - JM1M2 - JM1S INIT M1 = 0 d/dt (M2) = + JM1M2 - JM2S INIT M2 = 0 {Flows} JPM1 = fPM1*kP*P JM1M2 = fM1M2*kM1*M1 JPS = (1-fPM1)*kP*P JM1S = (1-fM1M2)*kM1*M1 JM2S = kM2*M2 {Functions} fPM1 = 1 fM1M2 = 1 kP = 0.1 kM1 = 0.1 kM2 = 0.1

13
13 Parameter selection

14
14 Parameter selection Select parameters restrict Import datasets Start fitting

15
15 Results

16
16 Results graph exported as.bmp

17
17 Results

18
18 Export results Save model / graph / table

19
19 Results DT50 (parent) 13.8 d DT50 (metabolite 1) 6.9 d DT50 (metabolite 2)60.8 d f.fraction (metabolite 1)0.59 Results are very close to results ModelMaker

20
20 Results Uncertainty of parameters: Not included in package

21
21 Conclusions Berkeley Madonna: Easy to work with Flexible Robust Compatible with many office packages Gives similar answers (results) as other packages Has no built-in statistical routines

Similar presentations

Presentation is loading. Please wait....

OK

Introduction to ModelMaker

Introduction to ModelMaker

© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google

Ppt on product specification sheets Ppt on save water and electricity Ppt on ozone layer depletion in australia Download ppt on global warming and greenhouse effect Ppt on consistent and inconsistent equations Ppt on building information modeling system Ppt on historical places in india free download Ppt on higher education in india Ppt on linear equations in two variables photos Ppt on trial and error problem