Commit 897e34c5 authored by Axel Loewe's avatar Axel Loewe

Update run.py

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APD restitution is an important property of cardiac tissue. As pacing frequency is increased, APD shortens to maintain a one to one stimulus to response. For
this tutorial, the user will be shown how to construct APD restitution curves to describe the repolarization properties of cardiac cells in response to various
pacing protocols. For details see the :ref:`APD restitution <apd-restitution>` section in the manual.
pacing protocols. For details see the APD restitution section in the manual.
Problem setup
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Single-cell models
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This tutorial uses the cardiac cell models in CARP's LIMPET library and the single-cell tool :ref:`bench <bench>`.
This tutorial uses the cardiac cell models in openCARP's LIMPET library and the single-cell tool :ref:`bench <bench>`.
The single-cell model is a user input. To see a list of all available models, please type the following command.
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nbeats # number of beats per basic cycle length
CIinc # decrement of bcl in ms
The script run.py then feeds these user input scripts to the function --restitute in bench. The results for DI and APD are output into the ASCII file restout_APD_restitution.dat in the corresponding output directory for the given input parameters. The format of this file is described in the CARP manual under section the describing the function --restitute in bench (3.1.2). The details of the file format are shown below.
The script run.py then feeds these user input scripts to the function --restitute in bench. The results for DI and APD are output into the ASCII file restout_APD_restitution.dat in the corresponding output directory for the given input parameters. The format of this file is described in the openCARP manual under section the describing the function --restitute in bench (3.1.2). The details of the file format are shown below.
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