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2021-09-15 18:34
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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.

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John
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2021-09-15 18:41
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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 A1 0, in A2 =A1+1, and so forth. In which row do you get 144?

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jag009
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2021-09-15 19:21
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 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
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