Unverified Commit e51546a9 authored by Miroslav Kratochvil's avatar Miroslav Kratochvil
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[skip ci] some minor fixes

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!!! tip "Notebook available!"
Examples of running the balance functions are [available
here](../notebooks/2_basic_usage.md).
here](../notebooks/2_finding_balance.md).
## Optimization problem solvers
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them as the second argument), and request a dictionary of the resulting fluxes,
with [`flux_variability_analysis_dict`](@ref).
## Parsimonous flux balance analysis
## Parsimonious flux balance analysis
pFBA requires a solver that can handle quadratic problems. You may use `OSQP`
or `Gurobi`.
Otherwise, the function behaves as `flux_balance_analysis`:
- `parsimonous_flux_balance_analysis(m, OSQP.Optimizer)` will get you a
`JuMP.jl` model optimized to a slightly more realistic (parsimonous) optimum
- `parsimonious_flux_balance_analysis(m, OSQP.Optimizer)` will get you a
`JuMP.jl` model optimized to a slightly more realistic (parsimonious) optimum
than plain FBA,
- [`parsimonous_flux_balance_analysis_vec`](@ref) will return the fluxes in a
- [`parsimonious_flux_balance_analysis_vec`](@ref) will return the fluxes in a
vector,
- [`parsimonous_flux_balance_analysis_dict`](@ref) will return a reaction-keyed
dictionary.
- [`parsimonious_flux_balance_analysis_dict`](@ref) will return a
reaction-keyed dictionary.
## Flux sampling
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