1. Auto-Exclude

1. Auto-Exclude

The x-y data is modified from the classic by Milo Gibaldi and Donald Perrier:

The Plot: [1] One x-y data pair is non-numeric. [2] Let the function auto-excludes.

The Auto-Exclude (not available to functions with Include’s? argument) is activated by omitting input to the optional Exclude’s? argument. In this example, the first x-y data pair is excluded. The post-computation ‘For Your Information . . .’ dialog confirms one non-numeric x-y data pair is auto-exluded:

There is a second message . . . The first value in the x array is not zero. Within context, a ‘For Your Information . . .’ dialog may display multiple messages.

To get more from ‘For Your Information . . .’ see Information Messages in the user guide.

Note: Function STD.AUMC.LT returns the area under the first moment curve by linear trapezoidal approximation.

Reference

M. Gibaldi and D. Perrier. Pharmacokinetics, Second Edition, Revised and Expanded. New York and Basel: Marcel Dekker, Inc. Page 448 (1982).