We are pleased to announce that an article about RefCurv was published in
Winkler, C., Linden, K., Mayr, A., Schultz, T., Welchowski, T., Breuer, J., & Herberg, U. (2020). RefCurv: A software for the construction of pediatric reference curves.
Software Impacts, 6, 100040.
We uncoupled the feature “reverse computation” from the main program RefCurv to improve and work on its function. You can find a GitHub repository with code and package following this link:
An explanation how to use this tool is presented in the video:
The new beta version of RefCurv contains a new feature for the z-score calculator. It is now possible to calculate the z-score for a large set of patient data based on your reference curves:
Find the new version on GitHub:
RefCurv 0.4.3 is now available for Linux. You can find the new version on Github:
One new feature is the residual diagnosis:
After a GAMLSS model has been fitted to data, analyst can open a diagnosis window, which shows the Q-Q plot, Worm plot, Density estimate and residual distribution. Further diagnostic tools are under development.
We added a short description to the Wiki about creating an executable of RefCurv for Windows:
You can find the necessary files and information in the repository. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We developed a workaround to couple RefCurv and SimVascular. Have a look at the following teaser:
You can find more information in the relating GitHub repository:
RefCurv 0.4.2 is now available for Windows, Mac and Linux. You can find all versions in the
installation section of this website.
Please note that we constantly test our new programs and it might be that they are still a bit buggy. Let us know if you have problems with RefCurv (email@example.com).
We initialized this new website for RefCurv (refcurv.com) to present the software and its features.
In the download section, you can find instructions for the installation. Also, we provide a quick guide in the tutorial section. Further tutorials are planned.
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