Perl-speaks-NONMEM (PsN) is a collection of Perl modules and programs aiding in the development of non-linear mixed effect models using NONMEM. The functionality ranges from solutions to simpler tasks such as parameter estimate extraction from output files, data file sub setting and resampling, to advanced computer-intensive statistical methods. PsN includes stand-alone tools for the end-user as well as development libraries for method developers. You can read more about the different parts of PsN under Documentation.

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  1. Sverdlov, Oleksandr; Ryeznik, Yevgen; Wong, Weng Kee: On optimal designs for clinical trials: an updated review (2020)
  2. Lindbom, Lars; Ribbing, Jakob; Jonsson, E. Niclas: Perl-speaks-NONMEM (PsN) - a perl module for NONMEM related programming. (2004) ioport