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The IH Data Analyst (IHDA) is an innovative, unique product especially
designed to assist the industrial hygienist in interpreting datasets
where the sample size is small. In addition to calculating standard
descriptive and compliance statistics, as well as goodness-of-fit procedures,
the IHDA allows the user to select from a array of Censored Data Analysis
techniques - useful whenever the dataset contains measurements reported
as <LOD - as well as apply the newly developed Bayesian Decision
EAS Inc. has experience developing computer simulation software for
designing Corporate Sampling Strategies or a Sampling Strategy for a
specific process. EAS Inc. works with the client to determine the existing
Sampling Strategy and to set the initial strategy design goals, and
then designs a customized strategy simulator which the client (with
EAS Inc. assistance if necessary) uses to design a new or fine tune
an existing Sampling Strategy.
Freeware and Student Versions
- IHDataAnalyst-Student 2015
The student version of the IH Data Analyst (IHDA-Student) is intended
for EHS professionals in training and those taking training courses
on IH data analysis. It provides nearly all of the features of the
popular Excel spreadsheet IHStats.xls (freeware) in addition to Censored
Data Analysis (i.e., analysis of datasets containing non-detects)
and Bayesian Decision Analysis (limited to datasets without non-detects).
It is limited to 25 measurements. Statistical output and graphs can
be copied and pasted into a wordprocessor. The IHDA-Student is provided
as a courtesy to attendees of the Exposure Assessment Solutions web
PDCs and courses who have not yet purchased the IHDA. No customer
support is provided.
- Baseline Survey Simulator V2.1
The Baseline Survey Simulator is basically a computer game designed
to demonstrate that exposure assessment decisions can vary depending
on the Sampling Strategy, the statistical interpretation of the OEL,
as well as the selection of the OEL. It was originally designed to
demonstrate the need for "performance-based" exposure assessment
strategies and was intended for use in a graduate classroom setting.