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TIP: Where to find the square root of Omega (CV%)


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#1 Ana Henry

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Posted 15 July 2010 - 10:35 PM

Sometimes it is helpful to look at the square root of the Omega matrix in order to determine
inter-subject variability as an approximate coefficient of variation (CV %). In Phoenix NLME
the square root of the Omega Matrix is referred to as the Cholesky matrix and it is abbreviated
‘omega5chol #’. This matrix can be located in the Core Status text output.


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