> > For example, in the ACeDB models.wrm file listed at
> > http://probe.nalusda.gov:8000/acedocs/models/models.html ...
>> It is not a good idea to use the NAL site as example is current
> information. Note the dates on those files, those are for a very old
> version of the software. If you are using current software use the
> models.wrm from the C. elegans ACeDB database distribution to see the
> current usage and features.
Yes, that web page probably seemed like a good idea in 95 but no one has
maintained it. We were planning to delete it. What do people think?
There are only a few databases that have interesting models.wrm's, mainly
Celegans which is included in the software distribution. I find it most
useful to browse or search databases till I find an interesting display
feature, then look at the text data and corresponding model.