An R package for exploring and reporting pharmacometric analyses.
The toolkit showcases our emphasis on programmatic information processing, for source-to-finish traceability. It reflects decades of accumulated expertise in the efficient transformation of model inputs and outputs. Especially relevant is our experience with PsN, a popular public interface to NONMEM. You’ll find functions to harvest all the most important NONMEM outputs, helping you build and compare model results systematically. Loaded also with classic data manipulation functions, relevant statistical summaries, and functions for specialized plots such as visual predictive checks (VPCs). Much of the reporting functionality is oriented toward generating beautiful, flexible, and traceable output for LaTeX PDFs. This package plays the role of integrator on our workbench, and is always available for your use as well.
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