drsmooth: Dose-Response Modeling with Smoothing Splines

Provides tools for assessing the shape of a dose-response curve by testing linearity and non-linearity at user-defined cut-offs. It also provides two methods of estimating a threshold dose, or the dose at which the dose-response function transitions to significantly increasing: bi-linear (based on pkg 'segmented') and smoothed with splines (based on pkg 'mgcv').

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AuthorGreg Hixon [aut], Chad Thompson [aut], Anne Bichteler [aut, cre], Liz Abraham [ctb]
Date of publication2015-09-25 00:01:50
MaintainerAnne Bichteler <abichteler@toxstrategies.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 3)

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