STAND: Statistical Analysis of Non-Detects

Provides functions for the analysis of occupational and environmental data with non-detects. Maximum likelihood (ML) methods for censored log-normal data and non-parametric methods based on the product limit estimate (PLE) for left censored data are used to calculate all of the statistics recommended by the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) for the complete data case. Functions for the analysis of complete samples using exact methods are also provided for the lognormal model. Revised from 2007-11-05 'survfit~1'.

AuthorE. L. Frome <fromeEL@ornl.gov> and D. P. Frome
Date of publication2015-09-25 17:03:51
MaintainerE. P. Adams <eric.adams@orau.org>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version2.0
http://www.csm.ornl.gov/esh/statoed/

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Functions

About-STAND Man page
aihand Man page
beTWA Man page
cansdata Man page
efclnp Man page
efraction.exact Man page
efraction.ml Man page
filmbadge Man page
icfit Man page
icplot Man page
ictest Man page
IH.summary Man page
kmms Man page
lnorm.ml Man page
npower.lnorm Man page
nptl Man page
percentile.exact Man page
percentile.ml Man page
percentile.ple Man page
pleicf Man page
plekm Man page
plend Man page
ple.plot Man page
qq.lnorm Man page
readss Man page
SESdata Man page
STAND Man page

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