ADDIS Release 1.12

Download ADDIS v1.12.5 installer

Release history

Release 1.12.5

Release Date: 2012-05-22

ADDIS 1.12.5 is a minor update, fixing several bugs.

Release 1.12.4

Release Date: 2012-05-14

ADDIS 1.12.4 brings several important enhancements and fixes:

  • The network meta-analysis simulation can be continued if it has not converged yet, and there is a new GUI for checking convergence.
  • The benefit-risk analysis now uses the full covariance information from network meta-analysis. This brings the benefit-risk analysis up-to-date with our our JCE paper.
  • Reduced download from 30MB to 15MB.
  • Integrated GeMTC 0.12.2, bringing improvements to model generation.
  • Launch the GeMTC GUI directly rather than "save dataset".
  • Bugfixes.

Release 1.12.3

Release Date: 2012-04-25

ADDIS 1.12.3 is a minor update, fixing several bugs. We paid special attention to fixing bugs that happen only on Mac OS X.

Release 1.12.2

Release Date: 2012-03-29

ADDIS 1.12.2 is a minor update, fixing several bugs.

Release 1.12.1

Release Date: 2012-03-16

ADDIS 1.12.1 is a minor update, bringing a usability improvement:

  • Input name of analyses in the first step of the wizard, not in a pop-up dialog at the very end.

Release 1.12

Release Date: 2012-02-22

We are happy to announce the release of ADDIS (Aggregate Data Drug Information System) version 1.12. This release focuses on the BRAT benefit-risk assessment framework. New features include:

  • BRAT key benefit-risk summary table
  • BRAT value tree
  • BRAT description
  • allow choice of baseline in benefit-risk analysis
  • improved performance of network meta-analysis wizard
  • clearer error dialog with bug reporting instructions
  • many bugfixes especially in the study wizard

Getting ADDIS

Download ADDIS v1.12.5 installer

Or get ADDIS in a ZIP archive: Download ADDIS v1.12.5 .ZIP

Source code is also available: ADDIS v1.12.5 source tag

The data model is here: ADDIS XML Schema v4

Running ADDIS

Open the addis-1.12.5-installer.jar file and follow the installation instructions. Now you can run ADDIS by double-clicking the shortcut created on your desktop and/or start menu. When you do this, you should see the ADDIS welcome screen, where you can choose to load an example data set, load a file, or create a new data set. If you've never used ADDIS, we recommend that you take a look at the example data set.

If double-clicking the JAR file did not launch ADDIS, you are most likely lacking the Java run-time environment. You can get this from


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