The program calculates the standard descriptive and decision statistics recommended by the AIHA, and includes goodness-of-fit procedures and graphs, several methods for analyzing datasets containing non-detects, and Bayesian Decision Charts, which were designed to assist in the selection of the most appropriate AIHA exposure control category. Those using IHDA-AIHA for paid work on behalf of their client or employer are asked to show their appreciation to AIHA and the program's author by donating $100 USD to the American Industrial Hygiene Foundation scholarship program for each installed copy.
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