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PFIM Interface 4.0 is released!

From: Emmanuelle Comets <emmanuelle.comets>
Date: Tue, 09 Jun 2015 16:45:33 +0200

                Dear Nonmem users,

The PFIM group (pfim
you that we have released PFIM Interface 4.0, the new version of the PFIM
graphical user Interface.

It can easily be downloaded on the internet site http://www.pfim.biostat.=

PFIM Interface 4.0 incorporates several new features based on the R scrip=
program of PFIM 4.0 and they are listed below:

·For population designs, optimisation can be performed with fixed param=
eters or
fixed sampling times.

·The Fisher information matrix obtained after evaluation or optimisatio=
n can be
saved in a file.

·Additional features for Bayesian designs are now available. The Bayesi=
an Fisher
information matrix has been implemented. Design for maximum a posteriori
estimation of individual parameters can be evaluated or optimised and the
predicted shrinkage is also reported.

·A new way has been added to specify user-defined models through an R f=

·It is now possible to visualise the graphs of the model and the sensit=
functions without performing evaluation or optimisation.

Together with the new Interface we also release the User Guide for PFIM
Interface 4.0. It includes detailed descriptions of all the features avai=
in PFIM Interface, from the basics to the most recent and advanced ones. =
“Use” section will take you through the new Interface and a series of=
covering most possible features, is also provided. The User Guide of PFIM
Interface 4.0 goes automatically inside the directory of PFIM Interface 4=
.0, but
it can also be separately downloaded in the Documentation section at the =
internet site

Best regards,

                on behalf of the PFIM group

Giulia Lestini
PhD student
IAME UMR-S 1137, INSERM and Université Paris Diderot
16 rue Henri Huchard
75018 Paris, France
tel: 33 (0) 1 57 27 75 40
email : giulia.lestini

Received on Tue Jun 09 2015 - 10:45:33 EDT

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