Hello,

I have done a few monte carlo matlab code alongs on youtube but none of them seem to apply to my situation. I am trying to use cancer biomarker levels in urine. I have a few other paraemters I use in a monoexponential growth model.

- Monte Carlo picks value out of range. Determine detectable limit or what volume tumor you can detect with biomarker. Then, compare tumor volume to detectable level.
- Calc stuff with monte carlo approach for each factor in the hori model (or what is published for HE4 + other biomarkers)
- Generate random number in desired range for example;
- Tumor size ( 0.4- 5mm)
- Shedding rate (5 - 100) as example

- Generate random number in desired range for example;

- Calc stuff with monte carlo approach for each factor in the hori model (or what is published for HE4 + other biomarkers)

Distribution with range? We can see if output follows normal/gaussian or uniform distribution. Once you have simulation, see if the results that match up or make sense. We can compare to real patient data to see if they agree.

I just feel over my head with this project. I don’t know how to set it up. Do you have ideas or resources I should check out?

Thank you