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We offer training beginner, intermediate and advanced training for both ADME Workbench and acslX.  Instruction is available either on-site as a multi-day hands-on intensive training event, or via short web-based classes on a hourly basis.  All curriculum can be tailored to the needs of individual students or organizations.

Please contact our sales team to discuss training alternatives, or to develop a customized curriculum tailored to your specific training requirements.  And visit our News page periodically to see notifications of upcoming on-site training events.

Since the PK and PBPK models used in ADME Workbench are created in the simulation languages used by acslX (i.e., CSL and M), a working knowledge of these languages is helpful to be able to understand or modify these models.  A list of web-based 1- or 2-hours training modules is shown below.  All modules are tailored to modeling applications in computational biology.

Module ID Name/Description Hours Level Prerequisites
101 Working with the acslX User Interface 1 Beginning None
102 Working with the acslX Libero User Interface 1 Beginning None
103 Introduction to the Excel acslX Addin 1 Beginning Knowledge of MS Excel
111 Introduction to Modeling with the acslX CSL Language 1 Beginning 101 or 102
121 Introduction to Analysis using the acslX M Language 1 Beginning 101 or 102
201 Introduction to the acslX Simulink Interface Wizard 1 Intermediate 101, knowledge of Simulink
211 Intermediate Modeling with CSL 2 Intermediate 101 or 102, 111
212 Graphical Modeling using acslX 1 Intermediate 101, 111, 211
221 Intermediate Simulation Control and Analysis using the acslX M Language 2 Intermediate 101 or 102
222 Data Visualization using the M Language 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 121
223 Data Import, Export and Manipulation using the M Language 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 121
225 Sensitivity Analysis using acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 121
226 Monte Carlo Analysis using acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 121
227 Parameter Estimation using acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102,121
251 Introduction to the PK/PD/PBPK Toolkit 1 Intermediate 101, 212
252 Introduction to the Process Control Toolkit 1 Intermediate 101, 212
261 Debugging Models in acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 111, 211
262 Porting Legacy ACSL Models to acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 111, 211
263 Integration of C/Fortran Code with acslX 1 Intermediate 101 or 102, 111, 211
301 Advanced Modeling using CSL 2 Advanced 101 or 102, 111, 211
321 Bayesian Analysis and Statistical Modeling using the MC Modeler 2 Advanced 101 or 102, 111, 221, 223
322 Overview of the acslX Custom User Interface M Functions 1 Advanced 101 or 102, 121, 221
323 Parallel Programming with MPI and acslX 2 Advanced 101 or 102, 121, 221
324 Introduction to the acslX Linear Analysis Toolkit 1 Advanced 101 or 102, 121, 221

Following several months of product/market analysis and careful leadership consideration, effective November 24, 2015
The AEgis Technologies Group will cease further development all variants of our ACSL/X and ADME products.
The last day that these products, and annual maintenance were available for purchase was November 24, 2015.
The Sale of New Licenses has Ended as of November 24, 2015.
All purchases made until said date will be honored in their entirety. We will also be offering for purchase a ‘forever’ license, and are open to discussion of source code purchases. Please contact Jtuck@aegistg.com in regards to any of these matters.

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