Counting the number of observed concentrations in a fold error range, and calculate averaged absolute fold error

Please fill in the blanks below using the representative prediction (e.g., individual simulation) from your software (e.g., PK-Sim), and the observed concentrations.

Columns are separated by tab characters, and rows are separated by line breaks.

Linear interpolation will be utilized to estimate the predicted value if there is no exact prediction at the time of observation.

Please input the observed concentration-time profile in the table below.

The values in the first (left) column are time.

The values in the other column are concentrations.

If there are multiple observations at the same time, you can input the concentration in the same row or in another new line with explicit time values for each.


Time	Concentrations
15	2.85	3.15	2.95
30	1.178	1.25	1.15
45	0.672	0.751	0.681
90	0.484	0.511	0.499
120	0.339	0.340	0.335
240	0.239	0.250	0.233
360	0.172	0.112	0.119
1440	0.13
2880	0.0608

Please input the representative predicted concentration-time profile.

The values in the first (left) column are time.

The values in the second column are the predicted concentrations.

The lower and upper bound for a fold range would be automatically and internally calculated by this webpage.

The time range of the prediction should cover the time range of observation (i.e., time range of prediction should be equals to or larger than those of observation).

If there is no prediction at the exact time of observation, linear interpolation will be performed to get lower and upper bound at the observed time.

The table should have two columns, and the length of both columns should be the same without a blank.


Time	PredictedConcentration
15	3.00
30	1.20
45	0.70
90	0.50
120	0.330
240	0.240
360	0.150
1440	0.11
2880	0.0300

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