Xpose version 4.5.3 released
Release notes.

Xpose version 4.5.0 released
Release notes.

Xpose version 4.4.0 released
2012-10-17 - Xpose

Xpose version 4.3.5 released
2012-04-19 - Xpose

Xpose version 4.3.4 released
2012-04-14 - Xpose

Xpose package xpose4generic version 4.3.3 released
2011-01-21 - Xpose

Xpose version 4.3.2 released
2010-11-30 - Xpose

Xpose version 4.3.0 released
2010-10-23 16:46 - Xpose
A new version of Xpose has been released. Lots of new plots and features. Note that, installation of Xpose has been simplified; it is now available through the Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN). Click here for more details.

Xpose 4.2.1 released
2010-05-26 10:04 - Xpose
Changed the behaviour of xpose.multiple.plot.default. Now multiple plots are returned as objects just like single plots (no automatic printing from the function that created the plot).

Xpose 4.1.0 released
2009-11-29 12:05 - Xpose
We have updated xpose for NONMEM 7 as well as added functions for odd type (categorical, TTE, count) plots including VPCs.

Xpose 4 release 4 available
2008-12-14 12:33 - Xpose
This release makes Xpose 4 compatible with R 2.8.0. We have updated the method for opening graphical devices to be consistent with the new methods used in R version 2.8.0.

Xpose 4 release 3 available
2008-10-24 10:31 - Xpose
Minor bug fixes.

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Documentation: Acknowledgments

We would like to thank Dr. Lewis Sheiner for providing the impetus to the development of Xpose.

We have used parts of the S-PLUS code provided in the course folder for the "Intermediate Workshop in Population Pharmacokinetic Data Analysis Using the NONMEM System" given by Dr. Lewis Sheiner and Dr. Stuart Beal.

Dr. Janet Wade wrote some of the in house S-PLUS scripts we used before the development Xpose and on which some of the plots in Xpose are based.

We would also like to thank the participants in the S-news mailing list, especially Dr. Venables, for many helpful discussions and code examples. We are also grateful for the helpful comments and suggestions sent by Xpose users and beta testers.

The transition of Xpose 3.0 to 3.1 was generously sponsored by GloboMax. Logo