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Standartox – Standardizing Toxicity Data

In this post, Andreas Scharmüller introduces Standartox, a tool that continuously incorporates the ever-growing number of ecotoxicity test results in an automated process workflow. It provides single aggregated data points for a specific chemical-organism test combination that represents the toxicity of a chemical. These values can be used for the derivation of toxic units (TU) or species sensitivity distributions (SSD).

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Free online course: Using R to manage, analyse and visualise your data

How to get started in the statistics program R? In our free online course, you will learn to manage, analyse, and visualise your environmental data. The aim of this workshop developed by Landau researcher Jakob Wolfram is to teach environmental scientists the basics in R, so that they can further their career or studies.

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