The AIDA demonstration
which you can view from these Web pages is also accessible as a standalone, downloadable, demo program.
This demo, which is self-explanatory, can be freely
distributed - without any restrictions.
Please note - two versions of the demo install file are currently available.
(1) A version called AIDADEMO-v12.EXE (recommended) for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems (Filesize = 2Mb).
(2) An older version called AIDADEM.EXE for earlier operating systems. AIDADEM.EXE is a self-expanding compressed archive file which takes up approximately 305Kb of hard disk storage space. The AIDADEMO.EXE demonstration program that it generates at runtime takes up 360Kb of disk storage space.
Running AIDADEMO.EXE - generated from either of these two install files - will provide a demonstration of what the AIDA v4 freeware diabetes simulator can do.
make sure you read and accept the caveats / warnings before you download a copy of AIDA
Download a demo version of AIDA:
||Download AIDADEMO v1.2
(recommended - latest version)
32-bit installation and runtime environment for Windows XP / Vista / 7 users
(and Apple Mac Users with Parallels PC emulation software)
Download filesize = 2Mb
(older version - less recommended)
Older installation for DOS / Windows '3.1 / '3.11 / '95 / '98 / '2000 / 'NT / 'ME users
Download filesize = 300Kb
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AIDA is a freeware diabetes software simulator program of glucose-insulin action + insulin dose & diet adjustment in diabetes mellitus. It is intended purely for education, self-learning and / or teaching use. It is not meant for individual blood glucose prediction or therapy planning. Caveats
This Web page was last updated on 24th January, 2011.
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