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[NMusers] tutorials on estimation method

From: 임동석 <yimds_at_catholic.ac.kr>
Date: Thu, 2 Jul 2015 16:23:14 +0900

Colleagues,

I wish to announce the publication of two tutorials on NONMEM estimation
methods in the journal “Translational and Clinical Pharmacology =
(TCP)”.
TCP is the official journal of Korean Society for Clinical Pharmacology =
and
Therapeutics (KSCPT) which was founded in 1992.

 

-R-based reproduction of the estimation process hidden behind =
NONMEM® Part
1: first-order approximation method (by Prof. K.S. Bae):

This introduces how the FO estimation steps are processed in NONMEM =
using R
codes so that readers may experience what is happening in NONMEM =
running.
This article is not for daily M&S activities, rather for those who wanna
look into the other side of the moon.

 

-Statistical basis for pharmacometrics: maximum likelihood estimator and
its asymptotics (by Prof K. Choi):

This summarized knowledge pieces needed to understand MLE, which are
scattered in stat, linear algebra books and M&S books (Bonate’s and
Pinheiro’s… ), for pharmacometricians without stat. =
background.

 

Click on the link below to read these articles.

http://www.tcpharm.org

 

 

Dong-Seok Yim MD, PhD

 

Editor-in-Chief, Translational and Clinical Pharmacology ( =
www.tcpharm.org )

Director, PIPET (Pharmacometrics Institute for Practical Education &
Training), The Catholic Univ. of Korea

 

Professor

Dept. of Pharmacology, College of Medicine, The Catholic University of =
Korea

Dept. of Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Seoul St. Mary's Hospital

222 Banpodaero, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Korea

Office: +82-2-2258-7327

Mobile: +82-10-3065-3845

 





Received on Thu Jul 02 2015 - 03:23:14 EDT

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