This software provides statistical
tools to analyse and compare the
highly aggregated (right-skewed) frequency distributions exhibited by
parasites. However, it can handle only monotypic (single species) infections.
The first version came out in 2000 and we stopped distributing it in 2019.
We recommend the more advanced QPweb that is capable to handle different
species or separate sexes of parasites within a single sample.
can be downloaded from here
recommended any more)
CAUTION! We do not update QP3.0 any more
but we recommend using QPweb. The "aggregation indices" module of
this version does not work under Win10, only under former versions of
Windows (like Win7). In spite of that, we still receive some requests
for QP3.0 and, therefore, we make it available from here. Find a
brief guide here.
go to QP on the Web
interactive web surface)
versions of Quantitative Parasitology are free for distribution and use in education and science.
However, we ask users to acknowledge our biostatistical research and
development efforts by citing our recent review:
Reiczigel J, Marozzi M, Fábián I, Rózsa L 2019.
Biostatistics for parasitologists – a primer to
Trends in Parasitology –