Daniel joined Quantics in 2015. He has a Masters in Applied Statistics and Datamining from the University of St Andrews in Scotland. Since joining Quantics, Daniel has been part of our HTA team. He has used R and WinBUGS to conduct network meta-analyses for urology, ophthalmology and respiratory indications. He has also been involved in the reporting of these analyses.
In ecotoxicology statistics there are three main types of data: continuous discrete quantal / binary Continuous data is that which can take a (numerical) value over a continuous range (e.g.... read more →
Welcome to Quantics' ecotoxicology blog. This blog will explore some of the interesting topics in ecotoxicology statistics with particular focus on the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) guidance.... read more →