Simulations Plus, Inc. (Nasdaq: SLP), a leading provider of modeling and simulation software and services for pharmaceutical safety and efficacy, today announced that its Lixoft division, a leading provider of population PKPD modeling solutions for pharmacometricians and biostatisticians, has released version 2023R1 of its MonolixSuite™ software.
Key advancements in this new version make it easier for users to input and format their data, generate reports automatically based on a custom Word template file, work with more flexible plots that allow merged trendlines and custom axis, and export a PKanalix , Monolix , or Simulx run to any other application of the MonolixSuite. The updates also provide improved performance for data, libraries, and algorithms.
The continued advances made with PKanalix, Monolix, and Simulx provide a streamlined modeling and simulation workflow from data analysis and non-compartmental analysis to population modeling and simulation with fully interoperable applications. The updated platform allows the full development of the data modeling without changing the data set nor the models, making both the modeling work and QC approval faster.
Jonathan Chauvin , President of the Lixoft division at Simulations Plus, said: “This version of the MonolixSuite is a significant breakthrough for our users, especially with the updated data formatting and reporting capabilities. Many of these new features were requested by industry and academic scientists, and we integrated that feedback with our own scientists’ expertise to extend the power of the MonolixSuite for modeling and simulation of preclinical and clinical data. It represents our vision to design products with a straightforward user experience, advanced statistical methods, and enhanced computational performance. Moreover, it provides more interoperability and improved connections to other applications in the modeling and simulation framework.”
Simulations Plus will host a webinar focused on the new features in MonolixSuite 2023 on Thursday, March 16, 2023, at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Registration for the webinar is available here .