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The research in the Biostatistics group is concentrated on nonparametric and multivariate methods, with applications in several research areas of the faculty. In particular, there is a large experience in the analysis of river water quality data, and environmental data in general. Other application areas are: biotechnology, food technology, food safety, ... Fundamental research includes goodness-of-fit, nonparametrical methods for the analysis of experimental data, and spatio-temporal modelling.

In the services provided by the BIOSTAT research unit, two types of activities may be distinguished: statistical consulting for MSc and PhD students and researchers within the faculty and projects for industry and governmental institutions. Most of the projects are related to the field of expertise of the research unit, but Experimental Design is also the topic of many projects.

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