BMC calculation


The program uses concentration-response data from in vitro toxicity test methods (with up to two endpoints) to generate log-logistic curve fits. These are based on the established R package drc. The program uses smart, data-guided constraint settings and calculates benchmark concentrations (BMC) and their confidence interval (BMCL and BMCU) for freely selectable benchmark responses (BMR). A graphical user interface (shiny apps) allows simple choices of data display and visual control options.

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