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HOMA 2 Calculator for Mac OS X Catalina and Linux


The HOMA2 Calculator now supports the new Mac OS X Catalina. The standalone application has been updated to 64 bit on the Mac....

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HOMA Calculator updated for Mac Excel 2016


The Macintosh version of the HOMA2 Calculator has been updated to version 2.2.3 to include support for Excel 2016. The HOMA API has also been updated to include support for R....

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HOMA Calculator update


This DRWF Newsletter provides an update on a proposed new version of the HOMA Calculator. This is being developed to estimate beta cell function and insulin sensitivity in people with type 2 diabetes who are treated with insulin....

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New software version of HOMA2 model released


Today we release the latest software version of our HOMA2 Calculator, which enables researchers to quickly assess the level of insulin resistance and how well beta cells are working in people with diabetes.

This new update (version 2.2.3) means the software can now support Mac OS X Lion or later....

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HOMA Calculator 2.2.2 released


Entry of a comma (,) instead of a full stop or period (.) as a decimal point where appropriate for non-English versions of Windows.


HOMA Calculator 2.2.1 released


Fixes a minor problem running the HOMA Calculator on Windows where the allowed ranges for Insulin, Specific Insulin and C-Peptide would be reported with SI units rather than the alternatives. All calculations remain the same....

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HOMA Calculator 2.2 released


The HOMA Calculator has been updated to provide HOMA2 IR values automatically, in addition to HOMA2 %S and HOMA2 %B. Fixes a problem running the HOMA Calculator on Windows 98.


HOMA Calculator released


The HOMA Calculator provides quick and easy access to the HOMA model for researchers who wish to use model-derived estimates of beta cell function ( %B), insulin sensitivity (%S) or insulin resistance (HOMA IR), rather than linear approximations. It runs on a variety of computer platforms and can be downloaded from this site