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Free tools for clinical research in diabetes

Dedicated tools for your clinical research

As part of our commitment to supporting researchers worldwide, we have created two free-to-use online tools to support clinical research in diabetes or obesity. Click the links below to activate the tools.

Insulin steady-state simulator

The duration of action and half-life of various insulin types differ, and thus the steady state of each type can be different. This simulator models how the different types of insulin behave before and at steady state. You can see the effects of missing or doubling a dose and how variability interferes with the planned insulin level. Click to go to the steady-state simulator

GIR Smoothing

The standard smoothing procedure used during the analysis of glucose clamps for the evaluation of glucose infusion rates is a weighted regression technique called LOESS. It helps with graphical interpretation and with the calculation of parameters like Cmax and Tmax. Our simulator models the effects of different insulin types, smoothing factors and LOESS implementations. Click to go to the GIR smoothing tool.
Insulin Simulator

GIR smoothing

Use the free tool to model the effects of different insulin types, smoothing factors and LOESS implementations.

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GIR smoothing

Insulin simulator

Use the free tool to model the in-vivo behaviour of different insulin types using our Insulin Simulator.

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