Running Monolix using a command line

Yes, it is possible to run Monolix using a simple command line:

monolixSuiteInstallationFolder/bin/Monolix.sh --no-gui  -p fullPathProjectName

(replace .sh into .bat for windows operating system)

Notice that the project name should be defined using a full path and not a relative path. The program options are:

  • --no-gui: without opening a window, mandatory in no-desktop environments.
  • -p: project to run. It should be the full path name of the project
  • --thread: number of threads allowed for this run
  • --mode: Select the verbosity of the run information that will be log in console. It can be “none”, “basic” (default value), or “complete”.
  • --nosplash: No splash screen
  • --disable-gpu: Disable gpu
  • -o: Output directory
  • --pop: Load a file which contains the population parameters values.
  • -t, --tool: Tool to launch. It can be “monolix” (default value) or “modelBuilding”.
  • -s, --strategy: Select the model building algorithm. It can be “cossac” (default value), “samba” or “scm”.
  • -c, --stoppingCriterion: Select the stopping criterion of model building. It can be “bic” (default value) or “lrt”.
  • -a, --LRTThresholdUp : Acceptation LRT threshold
  • -r, --LRTThresholdLower: Rejection LRT threshold
  • --lin, --useLinearization: Use linearization if possible. “True” (default value) or “False”.

 

Note: if the plots task is selected in the scenario, and if “Export charts data” is selected in Monolix’s preferences,┬áthe charts data are saved in the result folder. Generating the interactive plots requires to open the project in the GUI.