toxtestD: Experimental design for binary toxicity tests

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Calculates sample size and dose allocation for binary toxicity tests, using the Fish Embryo Toxicity Test as example. An optimal test design is obtained by running (i) spoD (calculate the number of individuals to test under control conditions), (ii) setD (estimate the minimal sample size per treatment given the users precision requirements) and (iii) doseD (construct an individual dose scheme).

Author
Nadia Keddig and Werner Wosniok
Date of publication
2014-11-13 17:22:05
Maintainer
Nadia Keddig <publication@gmx.net>
License
GPL-2
Version
2.0

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Man pages

doseD
doseD: Construction of an individual dose scheme
setD
setD: Determining the optimal number of objects per treatment
spoD
spoD: Determine spontaneous response level or the optimal...
toxtestD-internal
Functions for internal usage
toxtestD-package
Experimental design for binary toxicity tests

Files in this package

toxtestD
toxtestD/NAMESPACE
toxtestD/R
toxtestD/R/Part02_setD.R
toxtestD/R/toxtestD-internal.R
toxtestD/R/Part03_doseD.R
toxtestD/R/Part01_spoD.R
toxtestD/MD5
toxtestD/DESCRIPTION
toxtestD/man
toxtestD/man/setD.Rd
toxtestD/man/toxtestD-internal.Rd
toxtestD/man/spoD.Rd
toxtestD/man/toxtestD-package.Rd
toxtestD/man/doseD.Rd