Please see https://arxiv.org/abs/2010.13011 for details on the PanelPRO R package.
PanelPRO is available for download for non-clinical research purposes only using the R package direclty. If you are planning on embedding the software into your own tool (for either research or clinical activities) or if you are pursuing commercial software development that incorporates our software please contact Giovanni Parmigiani or Danielle Braun for information on licensing.
First time R users:
If R is not installed on your computer, you need to install it before you can use PanelPRO. R is free and open source and available at the CRAN website. At this point the best thing to do is to spend a day or two familiarizing yourself with R. In addition to the extensive materials provided at CRAN, a very good place to get a quick start is the R course by Bates and Lumley. Among the things you will learn is how to install a package (it's an easy thing to do). PanelPRO installs like any other package.
Mac OS X users for PanelPRO:
If you are installing the R package on a Mac OS X, you will need to have a working copy of g++ installed on your system. To see if you have g++ installed or not, open the Terminal application and type "whereis g++". If it is installed, the directory where it is located will be returned, and you can proceed with installing the R package as usual. If it is not installed, then nothing will be returned. The easiest way to install g++ is to go to https://developer.apple.com/xcode and download the Xcode package (free, but requires an Apple ID). Once installed, within Xcode go to Preferences --> Download and install the Command Line Tools. You should now be able to install PanelPRO. Additionally, "whereis g++" in Terminal should now return a directory.