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[http://smas.chemeng.ntua.gr/miram/?module=calculator Risk assessment tool for contaminated meat (Excel spreadsheet from National Technical University of Athens)] <p>
 
[http://smas.chemeng.ntua.gr/miram/?module=calculator Risk assessment tool for contaminated meat (Excel spreadsheet from National Technical University of Athens)] <p>
 
[http://smas.chemeng.ntua.gr/miram/?module=material_summary&pub_id=226&categ=1 Article regarding the above tool]
 
[http://smas.chemeng.ntua.gr/miram/?module=material_summary&pub_id=226&categ=1 Article regarding the above tool]

Revision as of 21:41, 21 February 2013

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Dose-Response Calculator

The Dose-Response Calculator provides the user with a tool that greatly reduces the work it takes to perform a risk assessment. The tool offers an automated dose response calculator, which the user simply has to select a pathogen and input a dose to generate a completed dose response. An added feature of this application is its connection with the QMRAwiki, which provides a dynamically updated list of pathogens and models that the user can select from.

Go to the calculator

Live dose-response graphs

Graph and compare different dose response models in real time:

Try out the graphs

Note: This app uses software ('shiny' package in R) that is still in beta.

Cost-benefit analysis example spreadsheet

Cost-benefit analysis

We have a simple example of cost-benefit tradeoffs for a scenario of decontamination following an anthrax event. File:RiskMgtAnthraxDeconExample.xls


Apps and tools on other sites

Risk assessment tool for contaminated meat (Excel spreadsheet from National Technical University of Athens)

Article regarding the above tool