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Limit of Detection (LOD) Calculator with Binary Data

  Limit of Detection (LOD) reflects an (medical diagnostic) instruments level of sensitivity. The smaller is the LOD, the higher is the sensitivity of the instrument to small quantities of an analyte (e.g. copies of DNA per reaction). Seven binomial regression models are fitted to (binary) LOD measurement data and the best model is selected from AIC, BIC, or AICc criteria. Multiple groups of LOD data can be incorporated into the model as Random Effect. The 95% LOD, which is the level of analyte concentration that produces 95% positive results, and its Confidence Interval, is estimated from the selected model via the Delta Method.
  Version: 1.1 | Last change: 2011-11-22 23:11:42+01 | Rev.: 4
  Download: linux(.tar.gz) | windows(.zip) | Build status: Current
  R install command: install.packages("LOD.calculator", repos="")
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