jag009
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NJ,
2021-09-15 18:34
(39 d 14:21 ago)

Posting: # 22572
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## Winnonlin issues [Software]

Hi,

Has anyone used the nonparametric superposition feature of winnonlin (or any feature which lets you simulation a profile)?
I tried running a multi-dose simulation from time 0 to 144 hrs (as an example), and set the # of points to 144 so that the output would give me simulated concentration data from 0 - 144 hr in hourly interval. For some reason the program would end up with time as 1.xxxx, 2.xxxx with decimals. This is stupid.

Thx
John
Helmut
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Vienna, Austria,
2021-09-15 18:41
(39 d 14:14 ago)

@ jag009
Posting: # 22573
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## Winnonlin issues

H John,

» Has anyone used the nonparametric superposition feature of winnonlin (or any feature which lets you simulation a profile)?

Yessir!

» I tried running a multi-dose simulation from time 0 to 144 hrs (as an example), and set the # of points to 144 so that the output would give me simulated concentration data from 0 - 144 hr in hourly interval. For some reason the program would end up with time as 1.xxxx, 2.xxxx with decimals. This is stupid.

RTFM.
You need to request 145 points. Try it in a spreadsheet: In  0, in  =A1+1, and so forth. In which row do you get 144?

Dif-tor heh smusma 🖖
Helmut Schütz

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jag009
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NJ,
2021-09-15 19:21
(39 d 13:35 ago)

@ Helmut
Posting: # 22574
Views: 344

## Winnonlin issues

Thanks Helmut,

My bad. should've known this. The damn floating license periodical check (which freezes the program) has been driving me nutz.

John