The Biological Assay Simulation Package allows you to explore the impact of changes in your assay system in a quick and convenient way. In the first step, you set up the input data, which can be based on real Quantitative response assays or entirely artificial. Then specify the variance of response values and any parameters contained in the analytical model. A 4-parameter logistic curve, for example, has parameters for the upper and lower asymptote, the inflection point, and the effect rate. Simply configure the allowed variance in any of the parameters to challenge your expected margins. Following this, you can optimize your current assay setup by increasing or decreasing the number of sample replicates and dose steps in the simulated data, and investigate the effect on the relative potency estimates. Finally, you can generate simulated Quantitative response assays and aggregate the data into other documents for advanced analysis. For example, add your simulated assays with diverging settings to Control Charts to easily visualize differing configurations.