NextPage Software

software and web development company



General all purpose Windows programming in C++, C# (.Net)


Scientific programming in R and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)


Web application development on client-side (JavaScript) and server-side (Python)


EUFRAT (JavaScript)
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Quantification of the risk of infection transmission by blood transfusion in an outbreak-affected region, or the risk from a stream of donors who have visited such a region.

Purely client-based web application written in JavaScript with jQuery.

BCoDE (C++, JavaScript)
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Estimating the burden of communicable diseases by applying composite health measures (DALYs: Disability Adjusted Life Years) in order to summarize the overall burden in one single metric and therefore to compare the relative burden of each communicable disease.

Windows™ desktop application with calculation engine written in C++ and the interface developed in JavaScript. Main development platform: Qt.

seroincidence (R)
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The seroincidence calculator tool for human Salmonella and Campylobacter infections utilises the combination of serum antibody levels at a given point in time to estimate the time since seroconversion, which in turn gives an estimate of annual ‘force of infection’ in the tested population.

R package (published to CRAN). Main development platform: RStudio.

HIV Modelling Tool (C#, C)
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The HIV Modelling Tool provides estimates of the number of people living with HIV, including those undiagnosed.

Windows™ desktop application with calculation engine written in C and the interface developed in C# using .Net framework.

Data Demand Model (Oracle, R)
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Data Demand Model aims at development of a data storage model and software for population of Quarterly Reporting Templates (QRTs) of a trade credit insurance company, Atradius.

The database is implemented in Oracle SQL and the software managament part is developed in R.