Minimum information about a cardiac electrophysiology experiment (MICEE): Standardised reporting for model reproducibility‚ interoperability‚ and data sharing
T.A. Quinn‚ S. Granite‚ M.A. Allessie‚ C. Antzelevitch‚ C. Bollensdorff‚ G. Bub‚ R.A.B. Burton‚ E. Cerbaig‚ P.S. Chen‚ M. Delmar‚ D. DiFrancesco‚ Y.E. Earm‚ I.R. Efimov‚ M. Egger‚ E. Entcheva‚ M. Fink‚ R. Fischmeister‚ M.R. Franz‚ A. Garny‚ W.R. Giles‚ T. Hannes‚ S.E. Harding‚ P.J. Hunter‚ G. Iribe‚ J. Jalife‚ C.R. Johnson‚ R.S. Kass‚ I. Kodama‚ G. Koren‚ P. Lord‚ V.S. Markhasin‚ S. Matsuoka‚ A.D. McCulloch‚ G.R. Mirams‚ G.E. Morley‚ S. Nattel‚ D. Noble‚ S.P. Olesen‚ A.V. Panfilov‚ N.A. Trayanova‚ U. Ravens‚ S. Richard‚ D.S. Rosenbaum‚ Y. Rudy‚ F. Sachs‚ F.B. Sachse‚ D.A. Saint‚ U. Schotten‚ O. Solovyova‚ P. Taggart‚ L. Tung‚ A. Varró‚ P.G. Volders‚ K. Wang‚ J.N. Weiss‚ E. Wettwer‚ E. White‚ R. Wilders‚ R.L. Winslow and P. Kohl
Cardiac experimental electrophysiology is in need of a well-defined Minimum Information Standard for recording, annotating, and reporting experimental data. As a step towards establishing this, we present a draft standard, called Minimum Information about a Cardiac Electrophysiology Experiment (MICEE). The ultimate goal is to develop a useful tool for cardiac electrophysiologists which facilitates and improves dissemination of the minimum information necessary for reproduction of cardiac electrophysiology research, allowing for easier comparison and utilisation of findings by others. It is hoped that this will enhance the integration of individual results into experimental, computational, and conceptual models. In its present form, this draft is intended for assessment and development by the research community. We invite the reader to join this effort, and, if deemed productive, implement the Minimum Information about a Cardiac Electrophysiology Experiment standard in their own work.
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