Phoenix NLME 8.3 Tutorial
Enroll in this complimentary course to watch a tutorial for Phoenix NLME version 8.3. You will be required to sign in or create a new login to Certara University after selecting the 'Enroll' button. If you have previously enrolled, go to your Dashboard to find this tutorial course.
In this short video tutorial you will learn how to get started using Phoenix NLME 8.3. This tutorial is intended for new users of Phoenix software with an NLME license for Population PK/PD Modeling.
Certara University offers many other courses to expand your theoretical and practical knowledge of PK/PD analysis using the Phoenix software.
The video gets you started with Phoenix NLME 8.3:
- Plotting data
- Phoenix Model Object
- Model Structure
- Initial Estimates
- Define Residual Error Model
- Covariate Analysis
- Comparing Population Models
This tutorial includes closed captions. You can toggle the caption on/off by clicking the "CC" button on the playbar at the bottom right the video.
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