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DemiPharma, Tools and Resources for Pharmaceutical Drug Interactions, is a website being developed that will provide our computational tools for evaluating pesticide joint action effects and calculating dose optimizations used in DemiAg Expert System for Agricultural Pest Management to pharmaceutical researchers. It is being developed by DeMilia Research LLC, a family owned and operated small business that develops web based computer software applications for agricultural pest management.

Almost all of the computational methods for evaluating pesticide joint action effects and calculating dose optimizations come from pharmaceutical research on drug interactions. DeMilia Research LLC's focus is agricultural research and does not conduct pharmaceutical or medical research. Nevertheless, our staff have years of accumulated prior work experience in professional SAS programming, statistics, and data management for clinical trials and medical outcomes research. It would be negligent of us to derive these computational methods from the pharmaceutical literature and not make them available to our medical research brethren. As DeMilia Research LLC implements these computational tools and develops new ones for integration into the DemiAg Expert System for Agricultural Pest Management we will make them available separately for pharmaceutical researchers.

DemiPharma is not one big project like DemiAg, but rather a bunch of little ones. It is similar to DemiSci, except it is targeted for a very specific focus. How can one agricultural researcher and his family do all this? We can't! DeMilia Research LLC is creating a seed and planting it, but we do not know what it will grow into. In fact, DemiPharma will be the one DeMilia Research website where we are not planning to deliver any completed software applications of our own and will just be providing others with a starting point. DemiAg is an open source project with a twist and the DemiPharma tools will be modules that have been separated from it so that they can be repurposed by pharmaceutical researchers. DemiAg will eventually be released to hopefully hundreds of other computer programmers and scientists who will contribute to them using data provided by hopefully thousands of users like yourself. Other open source projects consist of computer software with its source code made available and licensed in which the copyright holder provides the rights to study, change and distribute the software to anyone and for any purpose. The problem is that DemiAg will rely upon a huge knowledge base of data that will be too big to simply be copied and run in isolation. The plan for DemiAg is to disseminate the source code in the typical open source manner as extensible modules while the knowledge base of data is distributed in mirrored nodes hosted by network servers across the internet. DeMilia Research LLC is currently creating the base module open source code release, laying the foundation for the DemiAg knowledge base nodes, and creating a front end user interface available to the public. The DemiPharma tools will be repurposed DemiAg modules that rely upon specific DemiAg knowledge base nodes for evaluating pesticide joint action effects and calculating dose optimizations. We will be letting pharmaceutical researchers repurpose them for their own usage...we'll see what happens!

The DemiPharma tools and your other personal account features are accessed through your personal dashboard. If you already have a DeMilia Research account, then you can create an instance of DemiPharma tools after they go live and purchase products through the shopping cart. If you do not have a free DeMilia Research account, then you can register for one.

Coming in the distant future. Before we can convert them for pharmaceutical drug interactions, we first need to get these components of DemiAg completed.

 
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