A collection of Python scripts developed to model the evolution of chemical and physical inhomogeneities, i.e. microstructure, in drug-polymer composites used as controlled drug release coatings. This set of tools can reduce empiricism in materials selection and process design, providing a facile and efficient means to tailor the underlying microstructure and achieve a desired drug release behavior.
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