Sat, March 18, 2017
1:30 PM – 5:30 PM EDT
Omni Shoreham Hotel (across from the Marriott Wardman Park)
2500 Calvert St. NW
Washington, DC 20008
A ‘How to’ Primer For Developing Interactive Visualization Tools for Model-Supported R&D Interactions using R, Shiny, mrgsolve and Metworx Envision.
This tutorial session provides an overview to help you get started creating interactive web apps to visualize modeling and simulation based decision-making. In this tutorial, we’ll review the following tools:
Shiny apps, which can be further tailored with mrgsolve, can be shared with end users to allow both technical and non-technical users to interact with potentially complicated models through a non-technical interface. This puts the power of your modeling and simulation work directly in the hands of the decision-makers on your development team. During this tutorial, we'll show you how to translate a PKPD model using mrgsolve format, introduce Shiny design code, and show you examples of how Metworx Envision can be used by decision-makers in a drug-development program.
Course led by Metrum's Kyle Baron Pharm.D., Ph.D. and Matthew Riggs, Ph.D.
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