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Welcome to the Phoenix Partnership Program

Thank you for being an important member of the Phoenix user community and welcome to the Phoenix Partnership Program. This program was developed in response to your request for improved communication and is designed to share important product and educational information, as well as collaboration on future software development ideas.

Seven Reasons to Fall in Love with Phoenix 7


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You Asked. We Listened.

You gave us valuable feedback for new features you would like to see in Phoenix and we are returning that favor. Be among the first to learn about Phoenix 7.0 and how you helped us make it better than ever. The new version includes a variety of new features and enhancements including:

  • A powerful new graphics engine for out-of-the-box publication-quality graphics
  • New data layer improvements that results in 90% reduction in memory utilization
  • An enhanced WinNonlin® engine that will cut non-compartmental analysis (NCA) time in half
  • The introduction of first-in-class cloud support for non-linear mixed effect PK/PD modeling with Phoenix NLME™
  • New NLME informative diagnostic messages to pinpoint model coding and setup errors

These are just a few of the new features and improvements to the Phoenix workbench that help make you more efficient.


Now You Can Have Out-of-the-Box Publication Quality Graphics in Phoenix 7.0

Phoenix 7.0 features a powerful new graphics engine that generates high resolution plots and figures for publications, poster presentations, and regulatory reports, eliminating the need to use third-party graphing tools. Now you can achieve high resolution export of images, greater flexibility with fonts and improved lattice plot spacing. New report-ready plotting features are now available including flexible legend placement positions, shading of secondary quantiles in Visual Predictive Check (VPC) plots, inclusion of error bars and offsets in X-Categorical plots, and other enhancements.


Want to Cut Your NCA Analysis Time in Half?

The industry-standard WinNonlin engine has been redesigned using parallel computing technology to conduct non-compartmental analysis (NCA) twice as fast as our previous version, cutting your analysis time in half. Learn how this WinNonlin enhancement can increase your productivity.


NLME Meets the Cloud

Phoenix 7.0 provides first-in-class integrated support for execution of Non-linear Mixed Effect (NLME) jobs on remote/parallel compute platforms including Message Passing Interface (MPI) clusters, remote Linux computers, and remote Linux grid (on your network or in the cloud including Amazon cloud), without restricting the number of cores a user can leverage. See how this new feature lets you finish NLME models faster.


NLME: The Modern Tool for Today’s Scientists

Phoenix NLME provides an intuitive user interface that is perfect for scientists new to non-linear mixed effect population PK modeling and for advanced modelers who require a tool that will handle demanding and complicated models. Phoenix 7.0 includes a wide range of new features and enhancements to NLME, including first-in-class integrated support for remote/parallel compute platforms, informative diagnostic messages, support for delay differential equations, and many more functions and enhancements. Learn why Phoenix NLME has become the modern modeling tool for today’s scientist.


Start Your Engines Now! Why spend time writing code when you can have Phoenix do it for you?

Not an expert in coding? Not a problem. Phoenix provides a single workbench with an easy-to-use intuitive graphical user interface to perform a wide range of PK/PD and TK analyses, validation and data management tools, including non-compartmental analysis (NCA), compartmental analysis, and Nonlinear Mixed Effects (NLME) population modeling. A new powerful function in NLME – the first offered in a PK/PD modeling engine – is the integration of a model delay function that eliminates the need to add complex lines of code for each delay differential equation (DDE).


Tired of Troubleshooting Model Setup and Coding Errors? We are too.

Stop searching through text output files for errors. New diagnostic messaging dialog boxes pinpoint model coding and execution errors and provide solutions to get you back-on-track faster.

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