Daniel Gerhard
Daniel Gerhard
School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Canterbury
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Dose-response analysis using R
C Ritz, F Baty, JC Streibig, D Gerhard
PloS one 10 (12), e0146021, 2015
Human embryonic stem cell-derived test systems for developmental neurotoxicity: a transcriptomics approach
AK Krug, R Kolde, JA Gaspar, E Rempel, NV Balmer, K Meganathan, ...
Archives of toxicology 87, 123-143, 2013
The psychiatric vulnerability gene CACNA1C and its sex-specific relationship with personality traits, resilience factors and depressive symptoms in the general population
J Strohmaier, M Amelang, LA Hothorn, SH Witt, V Nieratschker, D Gerhard, ...
Molecular Psychiatry 18 (5), 607-613, 2013
A unified framework for benchmark dose estimation applied to mixed models and model averaging
C Ritz, D Gerhard, LA Hothorn
Statistics in Biopharmaceutical Research 5 (1), 79-90, 2013
Assessing and developing the written reflective practice skills of speech-language pathology students
K Cook, G Tillard, C Wyles, D Gerhard, T Ormond, M McAuliffe
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 21 (1), 46-55, 2019
Two new approaches to improve the analysis of BALB/c 3T3 cell transformation assay data
S Hoffmann, LA Hothorn, L Edler, A Kleensang, M Suzuki, ...
Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis 744 (1†…, 2012
pairwiseCI: Confidence intervals for two sample comparisons
F Schaarschmidt, D Gerhard
R Package Version 0.1 27, 2019
Speech-language pathology Student Participation in Verbal Reflective Practice Groups: perceptions of development, value and group condition differences.
GD Tillard, K Cook, D Gerhard, L Keast, M McAuliffe
Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders 2 (2), 5, 2018
Statistical evaluation of the in vivo micronucleus assay
LA Hothorn, D Gerhard
Archives of toxicology 83, 625-634, 2009
Using Bayesian growth models to predict grape yield
R Ellis
University of Canterbury, 2021
Risk assessment and the use of novel shortcuts in spatial detouring tasks in jumping spiders
S Aguilar-ArgŁello, D Gerhard, XJ Nelson
Behavioral Ecology 30 (5), 1488-1498, 2019
Identification of the minimum effective dose for normally distributed endpoints using a model selection approach
RM Kuiper, D Gerhard, LA Hothorn
Statistics in Biopharmaceutical Research 6 (1), 55-66, 2014
Detection of a related difference in efficacy of azadirachtin treatments for the control of whiteflies on Gerbera jamesonii by testing for interactions in generalised†…
S Menke, D Gerhard
Pest Management Science: Formerly Pesticide Science 66 (4), 358-364, 2010
Simultaneous confidence intervals for comparisons of several multinomial samples
F Schaarschmidt, D Gerhard, C Vogel
Computational statistics & data analysis 106, 65-76, 2017
mratios: inferences for ratios of coefficients in the general linear model. R package version 1.3. 17
G Dilba, M Hasler, D Gerhard, F Schaarschmidt
An Alternative to Animal Experiments in the Quality Control of Erythropoietin
H Zimmermann, D Gerhard, LA Hothorn, T Dingermann
Modeling the oxygen uptake kinetics during exercise testing of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases using nonlinear mixed models
F Baty, C Ritz, A van Gestel, M Brutsche, D Gerhard
BMC medical research methodology 16, 1-9, 2016
Re-evaluation of groundwater monitoring data for glyphosate and bentazone by taking detection limits into account
CT Hansen, C Ritz, D Gerhard, JE Jensen, JC Streibig
Science of The Total Environment 536, 68-71, 2015
Estimating marginal properties of quantitative real-time PCR data using nonlinear mixed models
D Gerhard, M Bremer, C Ritz
Biometrics 70 (1), 247-254, 2014
Marginalization in nonlinear mixed-effects models with an application to dose-response analysis
D Gerhard, C Ritz
arXiv preprint arXiv:1707.02502, 2017
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