I am delighted to be working with James Reardon from the NZ Department of Conservation on a project concerned with sustainable mouse control. It will be good to get into the design and statistical modelling issues in this study.
I have recently been providing advice to STIMBR (Stakeholders in Methyl Bromide Reduction) on the estimation of percentiles when modelling the dispersion of chemicals in the atmosphere. It was interesting to see just how unreliably the highest upper percentiles of a skewed distribution are estimated, even from a very large sample. This has implications forContinue reading “Estimating percentiles in air dispersion modelling”