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Configuring the Model Catalog

The default view of the Model Catalog shows a table of models and a table of validation tests, side-by-side:

You can choose to show only models or only validation tests, as well as filtering the models/tests that are listed, using the Configure button in the top-left corner:

If using the stand-alone version of the app, these settings won't be preserved, but if you use the app embedded into the EBRAINS Collaboratory [TODO: link to section where this is demonstrated] then the settings will be kept for next time you visit. Anyone else who visits the same collab will see the same configuration, so you can present a customized view of the Model Catalog, focusing on just hippocampus models, for example.


Filtering the list of models

Even after configuring the app to show a subset of models, you can further restrict what is shown in the table using the "Filter Table" button and the Search box, while you can control what information is shown in the table using the "View Columns" button:


Viewing model entries

To view the detail of a model entry, click on a row in the table. The "Info" tab shows a description of the model, assorted metadata, and gives links to the code/data of all versions of the model. Where the model is also available in another model repository such as ModelDB, Open Source Brain, or BioModels, there are links to those repositories.

Where a model can be directly used within the EBRAINS infrastructure, there are links to the available tools that load the model directly into that tool, see Use.

The "Results" and "Figures" tabs show the results of validating the model against experimental data. For more information on model validation, see Validate.

To return to the table of models, click "×" in the upper-right corner.


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