From: Paul Hutson email@example.com Subject: [NMusers] SIMULATION SUBPROBLEM generated ID number Date: Thu, July 15, 2004 2:45 pm I am using SIMULATION to generate a set of data for later evaluation as an exercise. I cannot find how to generate a new ID number for the i-th simulation. I could go to the concatenated output file and enter it, but I would like to use the new value for each sim to modify parameters (eg, +/- food with med). How can one generate the current simulation number? Thanks Paul Paul Hutson, Pharm.D. Associate Professor (CHS) UW School of Pharmacy 777 Highland Avenue Madison, WI 53705-2222 Tel: (608) 263-2496 FAX: (608) 265-5421 Pager: (608) 265-7000, #7856 _______________________________________________________ From: "Riley, Steve"
Subject: RE:[NMusers] SIMULATION SUBPROBLEM generated ID number Date: Thu, July 15, 2004 3:25 pm Paul, I believe what you are looking for is the IREP variable stored in ROCM10. If you rename this variable in your control stream, you can access it directly (without including any verbatim code) and output it in the $TABLE step. e.g., . . . COUNT = IREP $SIMULATION . . . $TABLE ID TIME COUNT . . . Steve _______________________________________________________ From: Nathan S. Teuscher, Ph.D. NTeuscher@npsp.com Subject: RE:[NMusers] SIMULATION SUBPROBLEM generated ID number Date: Thu, July 15, 2004 3:47 pm Paul, If you put the statement REPI = IREP in the $ERROR block, the variable REPI will be your replication number if you use SUBPROBLEMS # in the Simulation command. (I assume you could directly use the IREP variable too.) Nathan ________________________ Nathan S. Teuscher, Ph.D. Clinical Pharmacokinetics NPS Pharmaceuticals 420 Chipeta Way Salt Lake City, UT 84108 Voice: (801) 584-5379 Fax: (801) 583-2590 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org _______________________________________________________ From: "Gobburu, Jogarao V" Subject: RE:[NMusers] SIMULATION SUBPROBLEM generated ID number Date: Thu, July 15, 2004 3:48 pm Hello, You can define REP = IREP and output REP in your table. Regards, Joga Gobburu _______________________________________________________