Software validation, another round [Dissolution / BCS / IVIVC]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2019-09-10 15:37 (586 d 19:25 ago) – Posting: # 20578
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Hi Yung-jin and amer,

» » on the side, just wondering if the ivivc package been validated against standard ivivc software (say WinNonlin?)
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» Not validated with WLN. Should I? :confused: I do not have WLN. If you have WNL, can you help to validate?

Since the source code of ivivc for R is accessible, one can perform a [image] white box validation. Requires an expert R-coder who is also knowledgeable with the scientific background of IVIVC. An incredibly rare species. Commercial software like the ‘IVIVC Toolkit’ of Phoenix can only be [image] black box validated. If you want to perform cross-validation that would require a couple of reference datasets and hope for the same outcome.

@Yung-jin: Though Certara granted me with a ‘named license’ of Phoenix’ ‘IVIVC Toolkit’, I never used it so far. Furthermore, my experience with ivivc for R are zero.

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