Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples

`AOQL_grab_B`

provides the AOQ curve and calculates AOQL value based on average microbial counts.

1 | ```
AOQL_grab_B(c, r, t, distribution,llim, K, m, sd)
``` |

`c` |
acceptance number |

`r` |
number of primary increments in a grab sample or grab sample size |

`t` |
number of grab samples |

`distribution` |
what suitable microbiological distribution we have used such as |

`llim` |
the upper limit for graphing the arithmetic mean of cell count |

`K` |
dispersion parameter of the Poisson gamma distribution (default value 0.25) |

`m` |
microbiological limit with default value zero, generally expressed as number of microorganisms in specific sample weight |

`sd` |
standard deviation of the lognormal and Poisson-lognormal distributions on the log10 scale (default value 0.8) |

Since *P_a* is the probability of acceptance, *λ* is the arithmetic mean of cell count and the outgoing contaminated arithmetic mean of cell count of primary increments is given by *AOQ* as the product *λ P_a*.
The quantity *AOQL* is defined as the maximum proportion of outgoing contaminated primary increments and is given by

*AOQL ={\max_{λ ≥q 0}}{λ P_a}*

AOQ curve and AOQL value based on average microbial counts

prob_accept

1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
c <- 0
r <- 25
t <- 30
distribution <- 'Poisson lognormal'
llim <- 0.20
AOQL_grab_B(c, r, t, distribution, llim)
``` |

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