Ecolego is a powerful and flexible software tool for creating dynamic models and performing deterministic or probabilistic simulations. Ecolego can be used for conducting risk assessments of complex dynamic systems evolving over time with any number of species. Ecolego has specialised databases and other add-ons designed for the field of radiological risk assessment.
The Eikos Sensitivy Analysis Toolbox supports “state of the art” sensitivity analysis methods (local as well as global). Sensitivity analysis (SA) is used to assess the influence of model parameters on model predictions.
The Eikos Sensitivity toolbox is an optional fully integrated module for Ecolego and is thus most suitable for using with Ecolego models, although external models are also supported by exporting/importing samples of model inputs and/or model predictions.
The radionuclide toolbox is a plug-in for Ecolego for modelling of radionuclides.
The radionuclide toolbox features a database containing all nuclide isotopes and their decay constants and decay energies. It also contains the parent-daughter relationships between a radionuclide and its decay products.
Note that the radionuclide toolbox requires the ODE toolbox.
Ecolego and its sub-products are platform independent and run on 32/64 bit Win2000/XP/Vista/7, MacOSX, Linux and Unix.
Read more about the different licenses here.
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