Steady state: Cmin / PTF [NCA / SHAM]

posted by SDavis Homepage – UK, 2012-02-06 13:00  – Posting: # 8060
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sorry for the late comment only just saw this;

» If you are able to estimate λz and tick [×] Intermediate Output in the Model Settings of NCA you get additionally the intercept (in log-scale) of the regression – which would allow to calculate an estimated Ĉmin value at t=τ. But this value is only given in the Core output (not available as a variable in the NCA Results)… :-(

The predicted Clast is extractable from the Summary table; here's a simple example with an Inner Join. See how sample time is JOINED AS Tlast, so obviously only truly appropriate where Tlast=Tau.

/********* Begin Mappings ********************/
Worksheet 1 : Project.Workflow.NCA.Final Parameters Pivoted
  Sort : Subject, Tlast
  Source Column :

Worksheet 2 : Project.Workflow.NCA.Summary Table
  Sort : Subject, Time [hr ]
  Source Column : Predicted [ng/mL]

Sort Map : (Internal)
/****************** End Mappings   ****************/

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