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RE: 20 variable limit in $INPUT

From: Guangli Ma <guangli.ma>
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2009 16:30:03 +0100

Dear Andreas,

 

Before NM VII, PsN is a solution.

[create_cont_data.bat] is used to generate cont data set.

[execute -wrap_data modelfile] will run automatically.

 

But it depends on the structures of model and data set. If it doesn't work,
maybe we should add cont item manually.

 

Best regards,

Guangli

 

 

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From: owner-nmusers
Behalf Of andreas.krause
Sent: Monday, March 16, 2009 2:43 PM
To: nmusers
Subject: [NMusers] 20 variable limit in $INPUT

 


I am looking for a solution to get around the limit of 20 input variables in
nonmem.
The message you get with more than 20 variables in $INPUT is this:

  16 $INPUT: NO. OF DATA ITEMS EXCEEDS 20.
STOP 4 statement executed

I did not find anything in the archives or on the Web. I recall having
successfully done that in nonmem V, and I think it was about changing the
value of 20 to another value in a few files.
My original naive idea was that this was just a single change to the SIZES
file in nm VI but that seems to not be the case.

To keep the discussion focused, I am not looking for workarounds like
solutions with concatenated values and an indicator variable.
For a change I am trying to get the software to adapt to the user's needs
instead of the usual opposite situation.

Thanks for any pointers.

  Andreas

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Andreas Krause, PhD
Lead Scientist Modeling and Simulation

Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd
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CH-4123 Allschwil
Switzerland

 
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