The visualization tool creates plots that contain a pair of curves, one curve for the standard and the sample each. Using the Max Configurations element, we can control how many pairs of curves are generated. Usually, 30 pairs of curves are sufficient to get an impression what curve shapes will pass the test systems.
Depending on the test system, it can be difficult (or even impossible) to find acceptable curve pairs. Using the Max Simulations element, you can control how many pairs of candidate curves are generated. If Max Simulations is reached before Max Configurations are found, only the configurations found up until that point are included in the report. Depending on the choice of Max Configurations, Max Simulations and the specific test system, creating the visualization may take a few moments.
For visualizing a test system that includes equivalence tests, you can also configure the standard errors and the covariances at the element Simulation Space. If not explicitly configured, these will be estimated from the development assays. There are also settings to configure the Model, the Logarithm Base, the Degrees of Freedom, the Transformed Dose Range and the Response Range. However, these elements are only taken into account when no development assays are referenced.