My expertise is primarily focused in the programing language R for data manipulation, visualization, and statistical analysis. I have authored the package {ecotox} which uses a simple approach for a logit or probit analysis to determine the lethal concentrations (LC) or time (LT) for toxicology studies. Additionally, {ecotox} has a function derived from Wheeler et al., (2006) which allows the user to test two different LC or LT values. {ecotox} is available on CRAN and the developer version is maintained on my GitHub profile. I have also contributed to the package {glatos} which is focused on acoustic telemetry data processing. Currently, most of my work is focused on acoustic telemetry datasets, stable isotope analysis, and length-at-age datasets. I have statistical experience in parametric and non-parametric statistics, GLMMs, GAMMs, spatial and temporal auto-correlated data, zero-inflated models, and Bayesian regression models. Lastly, I have minor experience using python and SQL.

Contact info: benjamin.hlina@gmail.com