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RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

Data Mining

Users of rxkinetics.net have been contributing to a large data set for the past three years. The web app has been saving anonymous data from serum level analysis during this time. See this b...
RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

RxKinetics.Net issues

My web host sent out a notification last week that they were changing servers and updating from Windows Server 2003 to 2012. To make this transition easier for you we have moved your entire ...
RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

Complex non-steady-state analysis

This is a feature that I have wanted to add to my PK programs for quite sometime. In the real world doses don’t get hung on time and dosages get changed before levels are drawn. Complex is t...
RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

KinPlot Update

Pulled an all nighter to update both the Windows and the Web versions of KinPlot. This is a simple tool for learning pharmacokinetic concepts by depicting the effects that various pk paramet...
RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

Hacked again

Hacked again Received an email from Google today: Hacking suspected: http://rxkinetics.net/ Unfortunately, it appears that your site has been hacked. What does it mean to have pages marked w...
RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

Hacked!

Got home from a long night at work and checked my email to find this friendly FYI: Hi Rick, This is Steve ####. Hope life is treating you well FYI- your site rxkinetics.net coming up with “s...
RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

Facing mortality

I don’t know why my neighbor’s death has affected me so deeply. Maybe it’s because I just turned 60 and I’ve realized that it’s all downhill from here. Or maybe it’s because his death was so...
RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

APK 3.1.20

I’ve spent much of my ‘free’ time during the last month been pouring over error reports received during the past year. Unfortunately most of the reports are vague and completely untraceable ...
RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

UD Labels

In 1984, shortly after the pharmacy received a new IBM-PC XT with a green screen monitor and a dot matrix printer, I wrote my first practical pharmacy program: UD Labels. In those days unit-...
RxRick’s Blog · 1Y ago

More Power (arr, arr, argh)

Tim “the tool man” approves. “More models”.. I get this request often, and my usual answer is, in as nice a way as possible, do the work yourself lazy ass. I gave you the tools, learn how to...