The Species Sensitivity Distributions shiny app is a webpage for interactively fitting species sensitivity distributions to concentration data. The user is able to select more than one distribution and plot the individual fits.
The calculations are performed by the ssdtools R package, which also generates the plots and tables. The shiny app also provides the R code that was used to perform an analysis so the user can replicate it using an R script.
The app was developed for the Ministry of the Environment, British Columbia.
To cite package
ssdtools in publications use:
Joe Thorley and Carl Schwarz (2018). ssdtools: Species Sensitivity Distributions. R package version 0.0.1. https://github.com/bcgov/ssdtools
To cite the web app use:
Seb Dalgarno (2018) ssdtools: A shiny web app to analyse species sensitivity distributions. Prepared by Poisson Consulting for the Ministry of the Environment, British Columbia. https://poissonconsulting.shinyapps.io/ssdtools/.