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Thu, 25 Jun 2020 19:31:48 +0200
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A new version of the UKPDS diabetes Outcomes Model is now available.
 
We are holding a virtual launch event on Monday 6th July 2020 from 14:00 to 15.15 UK time (British Summer Time) (13:00-14:15 GMT). This live webinar will be presented by the researchers from Oxford University leading and developing the UKPDS Outcomes Model and will include: 
•	An introduction to the model and the latest model features
•	A demonstration of the UKPDS Outcomes Model version 2.1
•	Hints and tips on how to get the most out of the model
•	A live question and answer session 
•	Information on future model developments and the opportunity to tell us what features you would most like included in future model versions.
 
Please register for the webinar at https://oxford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/virtual-launch-of-ukpds-om-software-version-21-copy. The webinar is free and open to all.
 
The UKPDS Outcomes Model version 2.1 includes the following new features:
•	Compare up to 25 treatment groups simultaneously
•	Major speed improvements 
•	Functionality to tailor output to only the outcomes you need to speed up the model
•	New outputs showing convergence and user-defined composite outcomes
•	Improved multi-processing for computers with up to 124 processors
•	Optimises disk space for larger datasets
•	Outputs bootstrap results for each patient. This feature facilitates subgroup analysis, adjustment for baseline covariates and combining different types of uncertainty
 
More information on the UKPDS-OM version 2.1, is available at: https://www.dtu.ox.ac.uk/outcomesmodel/.   
Non-commercial users can download a copy of the latest version of the Outcomes Model from the Oxford University Innovation Software Store:https://process.innovation.ox.ac.uk/software/p/9965/ukpds-outcomes-model-non-commercial/1. 
For commercial users, please contact Dr James Groves from Oxford University Innovation ([log in para visualizar]).   

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