ssdtools (0.1.1)

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Species Sensitivity Distributions.

Species sensitivity distributions are cumulative probability distributions which are fitted to toxicity concentrations for different species as described by Posthuma et al. (2001) . The ssdtools package uses Maximum Likelihood to fit distributions such as the log-normal, gamma, burr Type-III, log-logistic, log-Gumbel, Gompertz and Weibull. The user can provide custom distributions. Multiple distributions can be averaged using Information Criteria. Confidence intervals on hazard concentrations and proportions are produced by parametric bootstrapping.

Maintainer: Joe Thorley
Author(s): Joe Thorley [aut, cre, ctr] (<>), Carl Schwarz [aut, ctr], Angeline Tillmanns [ctb], Ali Azizishirazi [ctb], Rebecca Fisher [ctb], David Fox [ctb], Kathleen McTavish [ctb], Heather Thompson [ctb], Andy Teucher [ctb], Emilie Doussantousse [ctb], Stephanie Hazlitt [ctb], Nan-Hung Hsieh [ctb], Sergio Ibarra Espinosa [ctb], Province of British Columbia [cph]

License: Apache License (== 2.0) | file LICENSE

Uses: abind, actuar, chk, fitdistrplus, ggplot2, lifecycle, scales, VGAM, R.rsp, testthat, reshape2, knitr, dplyr, tidyr, rmarkdown, readr, covr, purrr,, checkr

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