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2018-06-19 01:43

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 Phoenix 8.1 [Software]

Dear all,

Phoenix 8.1 was released yesterday (details at Certara’s forum).
However, seemingly it is not yet available for download. :confused:

Helmut Schütz

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2019-08-01 21:36

@ Helmut
Posting: # 20467
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 Phoenix 8.2

Son't know how I missed this before but hopefully this is more timely;

Phoenix 8.2 released July 2019 and you can download here;

  • More robust and intuitive On-line Help page
    Searchable on-line help page, tutorial videos, user forums, support contact info, modeling examples, and more!
  • New Reporter Tool features
    Improved plot and table layouts, automated tables of contents, report previews, pdf reports, and better usage abilities
  • New product plug-in for 21 CFR Part 11 compliance, Certara Integral™
    A next-generation 21 CFR Part 11 compliant PK data repository for collecting, managing, and storing multiple types of data sets for analysis, sharing and reporting of clinical pharmacology, pharmacometrics, and other relevant clinical data
  • New product plug-in for CDISC compliance, PK Submit™
    Supports the automatic generation of complete electronic PK regulatory submission package, including all necessary CDISC domains, during the normal process of executing an NCA
  • New NLME Validation Suite
    Reduces the time required to validate Phoenix NLME by performing automated test scripts for validation. Runs test cases in minutes, rather than hours or days!


PS 8.1 download is still here; https://lp.certara.com/DownloadPHX8.1.html

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