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Author: Mark Myatt
Year: 2011
Resource type: Frequently Asked Questions

SQUEAC Calculator is an LQAS sampling plan calculator for use in SQUEAC (Semi-quantitative Evaluation of Access and Coverage) assessments.

SQUEAC Calculator is a Microsoft Windows application. You can download SQUEAC Calculator by clicking here.

For finding d for a given sample size, click here.

More software, documents and links are at www.brixtonhealth.com/

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