DynW is a prototype modelling lab for biology and environmental studies. The aim is to give an easy acess to simulation of biological/environmental processes.
Biological or biological/environmental processes are essentially dynamic processes. Simulation is a good way to set up a study by taking into account that optimal sampling is dependant of the dynamic of the process. We have chosen a minimalist approach (i.e you dont have to select too many options), and raw (but clean) outputs (but the generated data sets may be used by other graphs generators).
Ode and Ode.py  written by Keith Briggs are behind DynW, graphic output is done by Gnuplot.
DynW is therefore a web interface to Ode with a biologist-friendly appearance inherited from Dynatica  and Dynamac (B.Rousseau 1987), two programs written in our lab.
Dynw has been written by Jean-Pierre Flandrois (Jp Flandrois) in april 2005 for the yearly Modelling Doctoral Workshop of Évolution Écosystèmes Microbiologie Modélisation Doctoral School 
You can read the aims of the workshop 
Thanks to Alain Pavé (Cf. Alain Pave) for initial impulse in the early 90', to the Dynatica team (Sandrine Charles and Grégory Devulder), Sandrine Charles for testing and ideas, Mohamed Rasmi for his help and of course to Keith Briggs for his wonderfull Ode
The ModelZoo? is a increasingly wide collection of models used in biology or environmental sciences. The biologist may take parts of the models to create a new one. DynW is able to separate the main differential equation from annex equations (i.e equations driving parameters). Users may desire to propose their models as exemple and members of the Project Team are building the Models Zoo using both their own contributions ans contrubutions of visitors.
If you are completely lost, try Dynw Basics.
Workshop 2006 is the repository of models written during the Doctoral Modellin Lab (2006 session). Of course most of the exercices are not here, this is a selection of interesting models/problems.
Vietnam Workshop is the repository of the models of interest constructed by master degree students in Ho Chi Minh city (mainly during a stay ou Sandrine Charles). Some have been put already into the Models Zoo.
Monkey Wiki is the wiki of this site !