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Introduction

Geppetto is a web based platform made to empower you to explore, visualize and simulate complex biological models such as a cell or even a whole brain.

Geppetto’s goal is to make it easy to work in an integrated fashion with different types of data, whether they come from a simulation, an experiment or a clinical study.

Since Geppetto is a web application users don’t need to install it in order to use it, however private and local deployments are also possible.

A demo deployment of the latest release of Geppetto is available here while the binaries are available to download here.

The documentation is split into two main sections: a guide to help you learn how to use Geppetto and the developers documentation to learn how Geppetto is engineered and how to contribute to it.


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Contributions

Geppetto is open source, released under the MIT license.

Geppetto is currently used and contributed to by the following groups:

The following is a list of the websites currently using a custom deployment of Geppetto available on the web:


Contact us

You can reach out to us at info@geppetto.org.

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Screenshots

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Screenshot 1 - Visualization of the drosophila fly brain superposing anatomy and segmented neurons (Model source Virtual Fly Brain )

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Screenshot 2 - Simulation using NEURON of a model of the Auditory Cortex from David Beeman, University of Colorado (Model source Open Source Brain )

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Screenshot 3 - Simulation of a single compartment Hodgkin-Huxley neuronal model in NeuroML (Model source Open Source Brain )

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Screenshot 4 - Simulation of a network of single compartment neurons for the C.elegans built by the OpenWorm project.

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Screenshot 5 - Visualisation of a Purkinje cell in NeuroML from Open Source Brain

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Screenshot 6 - Visualisation of the realistic morphology of a Ganglion cell reconstructed using EyeWire.


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