Re:[NMusers] $INPUT: NO. OF DATA ITEMS EXCEEDS PD.
As far as I know, NONMEM allows no more than 50 data items; with NONMEM versions 6 and earlier, only up to 20 data items were allowed. But you can still use "=DROP" to circumvent this limitation. You can drop the variables those are not used in the current model. Any subsetting requested via the IGNORE or ACCEPT is performed prior to dropping variables. Therefore, those dropped variables could be used to specify data subsets to NM-TRAN.
Joel S. Owen, Jill Fiedler-Kelly-Introduction to Population Pharmacokinetic Pharmacodynamic Analysis with Nonlinear Mixed Effects Models (2014) p35
At 2015-12-31 18:25:38, "Thorsten Lehr" <thorsten.lehr_at_mx.uni-saarland.de> wrote:
>I'm using NONMEM 7.3 for a simple PK modeling analysis. My dataset
>contains 75 patients and about 2600 observations.
>In my dataset I have 65 data items. If I include more than 49 data items
>in the $INPUT statement, I receive the following error message: "$INPUT:
>NO. OF DATA ITEMS EXCEEDS PD."
>According to the NONMEM Users Guide there should be no limitation with
>the number of data items in NM 7.2 and higher. Does anyone has an idea
>what is ongoing? Is there a way to include >49 data items?
>Many thanks and Happy New Year,
>Thorsten Lehr, PhD
>Junior Professor of Clinical Pharmacy
>Campus C2 2
Received on Thu Dec 31 2015 - 08:51:28 EST
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