rnm: Read NONMEM 7.2+ output into an R object.

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/rnm.R

Description

Read NONMEM 7.2+ output into an R object.

Usage

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rnm(
  index,
  prefix = "run",
  pathNM,
  ndig = 3,
  ndigB = 3,
  ndigP = 1,
  Pci = 95,
  ext = ".lst",
  extmod = ".mod",
  Pvalues = TRUE,
  RawCI = FALSE,
  ...
)

Arguments

index

The NONMEM model index, i.e. the numeric part of the filename assuming it follows the convention 'run123.mod'.

prefix

The NONMEM model prefix, assuming it follows the convention 'run123.mod'. The default is "run".

pathNM

The path to the NONMEM output. This should not contain a trailing slash.

ndig

Number of significant digits to use. The default is 3.

ndigB

Number of significant digits to use. The default is 3.

ndigP

Number of digits after the decimal point to use for percentages. The default is 1.

Pci

Asymptotic confidence interval to apply when reporting parameter uncertainty. The default is 95.

ext

NONMEM output file extension. The default is ".lst".

extmod

NONMEM control stream file extension. The default is "mod".

Pvalues

Report P-values for parameters? The default is TRUE.

RawCI

Report confidence intervals without estimate? The default is FALSE.

...

Additional arguments.

Details

The output list is composed of the following objects:

Value

A list containing information extracted from the NONMEM output.

Author(s)

Rik Schoemaker, rik.schoemaker@occams.com

Justin Wilkins, justin.wilkins@occams.com

See Also

NONMEM (http://www.iconplc.com/innovation/nonmem/)

Examples

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## Not run: 
nmOutput <- rnm("run315.lst")

## End(Not run)

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