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Introduction to Phoenix Model Interface and comparison with NONMEM


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#1 Christopher Mehl

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Posted 13 January 2017 - 10:04 PM

Please refer to the attached document, which serves as an Introduction to the Phoenix Model Object interface, and how its Text Modeling Language (PML) compares to NONMEM models. We strongly encourage you to review this material prior to using or adapting model(s) of interest from the Forum. Examples that show the NONMEM models translated to PML will be posted for the following modeling categories:

- 1 Compartment PK
- 2 Compartment PK
- 3 Compartment PK
- PK/PD and Indirect Response
- Categorical Data
- Count Model
- Time to Event Data
 

 

As a registered user, you may post a reply on the forum to ask a Certara Scientific consultant for clarification of any details about each model.

For detailed user's guide information, please refer to the Phoenix Help menu:

Phoenix model user interface: Help > Contents > Phoenix Model > The Phoenix Model Object

Phoenix Text Model syntax, including features that are not available in NONMEM: Help > Documents > Phoenix Modeling Language Reference Guide.pdf

 

Note: all Phoenix projects in this forum are run in Phoenix 7.0 (build 7.0.0.2535).

 

Attached File  Introduction_to_NONMEM_NLME_Translation.pdf   1004.57KB   151 downloads

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#2 bojana

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Posted 23 October 2017 - 12:20 PM

Dear,

 

I am trying to transfer one PKPD model from NONMEM to Phoenix. Is there simple and easy way to transfer NONMEM code to PML? Thank you in advance! 



#3 Simon Davis

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Posted 23 October 2017 - 12:24 PM

Dear  Bojana, there is not an automated way to convert the code but if you can give a little more detail about your model; ie.. post your control stream them we can advise you better.  It may be that you can simply build your model using drop down and graphical options without having to touch the code directly.

 

 Simon.






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