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My new post about oscillations in the metabolism of yeast has a link to a website that simulates these oscillations:
I'd like to see more such things, since I'm looking at a lot of chemical reaction networks these days.
This evening Dara Shayda has - in just a couple hours! - created a demo that relies on the Wolfram Cloud:
I believe Mike Martin's website relies on Mathematica too.
It's great that Dara can create such a website so fast. I could add text to this and turn it into a nice little introduction to this model of glycolytic oscillations. How could we make it even nicer?
Both these websites require that you type in some numbers. It would be more intuitive to use sliders. Dara had created a website that uses sliders, but the latency makes it very frustrating to use: you can try to slide the slider, but it just sits there for a while.
So, there seems to be some tradeoff between what's quick and easy to program (which is very important) and what feels nice to the user.
Here I am only interested in things that end users can run, using a web browser or maybe even a mobile phone, without downloading any special software.