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Prism 8.2.1 Release Notes

Last modified August 28, 2019

Prism 8.2.1 was released on August 28, 2019. Browse prior versions

Analysis Bug Fixes

  • Fixed the issue in which links for K values were lost during data transformations
  • Fixed the issue in which results were incorrectly calculated for multiple comparisons following two-way ANOVA when the "Assume sphericity" option was set to "No correction". With these options, mean values for some multiple comparisons were calculated incorrectly (only affected version 8.2.0)
  • Fixed the issue in which the KI value was missing from results following nonlinear regression using the "One site competition" model (Classic equation)
  • Fixed the issue in which Prism did not report the profile CI of a transformed value when the corresponding parameter had an undefined CI following nonlinear regression
  • (Win) Fixed the issue in which Prism would crash or produce incomplete results when switching via script to a results sheet containing more than one subview
  • (Mac) Fixed the issue in which Prism would incorrectly report "+infinity" and "-infinity" values for the ratio of medians and hazard ratio during survival curve analysis

Other Bug Fixes

  • Fixed the issue in which Prism would crash when interrupting the calculation of profile likelihood CI during Multiple regression analysis
  • Fixed the issue in which Prism would crash when opening specific files containing an ROC curve created in Prism 7
  • Added a floating note to Area under curve results when there are repeated X values or Y replicates
  • Renamed "Number of independent variables" to "Number of parameter estimates" in results of Multiple linear regression analysis
  • Updated links to Help pages for dose-response equations with X as concentration
  • Fixed the issue in which it was impossible to change the range of a heat map that was generated from Correlation analysis with the option to calculate Pearson coefficients
  • (Win) Fixed the issue in which Prism would crash when using the CTRL+L shortcut while no project is open
  • (Mac) Fixed the issue causing input (typing) lag on MacOS 10.14 and 10.15 beta
  • (Mac) Fixed the issue in which the axes of ROC curve graphs did not automatically adjust after being generated
  • (Mac) Fixed the issue in which the decimal separator was lost when data was copied from analysis results onto data tables if the decimal separator had been set as a comma in the preferences
  • (Mac) Fixed the issue in which Prism would crash while recalculating "ROC Curve" analyses with large numbers of rows
  • (Mac) Fixed the issue in which Prism would crash while entering large values for "Before the first column" field in the "Spacing" section of the Format Graph dialog
  • (Mac) Fixed the issue in which the number of digits after the decimal were unexpectedly increased after double-clicking on a cell with data pasted from a green results sheet
  • (Mac) "Assume sphericity" is disabled while the "Matching by which factor(s)?" section was disabled after re-opening the "Parameters: Two-way ANOVA" dialog if the format of the data table had previously been changed

Specific fixes for MacOS Catalina (MacOS 10.15)

  • Fixed the issue in which Prism would freeze after clicking some icons on the status bar
  • Fixed the issue in which Prism would crash when attempting to switch between sheets after the zoom of a Graph or Layout was changed
  • Fixed the issue in which Prism would freeze after selecting any item in the "Select a drawing tool" dropdown
  • Fixed the issue in which Prism would freeze after selecting any font from the "Font" dropdown on the toolbar
  • Fixed the issue in which Prism would freeze when inserting any constant from the "Hook constant" dialog
  • Fixed the issue in which Prism would freeze after clicking on some toolbar buttons
  • Fixed the issue in which it was not possible to rename a sheet using the "Edit the name of current sheet" dropdown on the status bar

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