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Release of libsoc (0.6) with ability to reference PharmML files

posted Jan 13, 2018, 5:33 AM by Maciek J Swat
We are happy to announce that a new version of libsoc (0.6), the R package for reading and writing SO files, has been released to CRAN, provided by Rikard Nordgren from Uppsala University.

The most important addition is functions to use a referenced PharmML to get information on types of parameters, i.e. if a parameter is structural, connected to residual variability or parameter variability, if a parameter is a correlation and which random variable (ETA) a variability parameter is connected to. Read examples in the new vignette (see link below). The latest version of nmoutput2so (4.7.12) has  an option (-generate_pharmml) to generate a minimal PharmML with information on the parameter model to be used by libsoc.

The new vignette for an introduction to reading SO-files:

Detailed list of changes can be found here: