In a recent post,
we mentioned a design pattern for easily cross-mapping all experimental variables from a given model. By applying the pattern to the Nernst Equation, we were able to develop the Standard Electrode Potentials Calculator which cross-maps all 4 experimental terms from said equation. This tool is available at
In this post we just want to mention that by applying the same design pattern to the Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz (GHK) Equation we were able to develop the Membrane Potentials Calculator, which cross-maps 12 experimental terms. This new tool is available now at
Examples on how to do the mapping of variables are given in the Suggested Exercises section of the tool.
Overall, we are confident that the patterns used in the design of these tools can be applied, across disciplines, to mathematical models consisting of more experimental variables.