This website supplements the paper on dynamic publications with CoRC.
Dynamically published documents (instead of static ones like books and papers) offer a wide range of advantages. They are created dynamically, using code (chunks), and/or you can interact with them.
Here, we focus on three different main application areas for dynamic documents: Documentation, Teaching and Science Communication.
All example documents can be reached via the tabs above.
CoRC is a high-level API of COPASI in the (statistical) programming environment R (for more information look at the CoRC tab). The combination of CoRC with dynamic documents allows for easy interaction with complex (biological) models, both in the creation and handling. Newcomers and advanced creators alike can benefit from displaying code with dynamic documents.
We also provide one document based on Jupyter. Jupyter notebooks are another popular form of dynamic documents with many similar capabilities but some differences in structure.
There are a lot of hosting options for dynamic documents. Most of the files created and used here are hosted on Github Pages. While very easy to use, all the websites hosted there are static.
In addition, one document in Jupyter notebook format is hosted on Google Colab. Here, it is possible to code online, within the document.
The more interactive R Markdown documents, like shiny apps and flexdashboards are hosted on shinyapps.io.
All the material here is published under the Creative Commons BY 4.0 licence.