[R] DRC package: Weibull W1.3 and W2.3 - where is the difference?
Ecotox
lisbeth.schnug at bioforsk.no
Wed May 22 14:27:49 CEST 2013
Hi!
I am trying to use a 3-parametric Weibull model. I used mselect to find the
best-fit model which was W1.3 in one and W2.3 in another case. When
searching the internet for formulas, I only find a formula for W1.3, which
is:
f(x) = 0 + (d-0)\exp(-\exp(b(\log(x)-e)))
But what is the formula for W2.3? And why is the first term written 0+(d-0)
and not just d? For me this doesn't make sense...
Anyone who can help?
Thnaks in advance!
Ecotox
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