Data for: Probabilistic modelling of the events occurring at evisceration during slaughtering of pigs: Quantitative data in support of stochastic models for the assessment of the risk of contamination.

Published: 12 Nov 2018 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/5v8kghnz9b.1
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sec 2.3 - Cumulative distributions faeces/bile
raw data (value and percentiles) to fit the cumulative distributions describing the amount of visible faecal/bile contamination dropping on pig carcasses following accidental rupture of the gut or gallbladder

sec 2.2 - Multinomial - nested Beta method
Example as to implement the multinomial process by means of nested beta distributions (described in section 2.2.). The occurrence of ruptured guts in High throughput slaughterhouses is used for purpose of illustration

sec 2.5 - Dose-dependent conditional probability of partial condemnation
Example on how to obtain the probability of partial condemnation as a function of the amount/extent of contamination on the internal/external surface of the carcasses. Faecal contamination is used for purpose of illustration

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Probabilistic modelling of events at evisceration during slaughtering of pigs using expert opinion: Quantitative data in support of stochastic models of risk of contamination

Published in: Microbial Risk Analysis

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    2018-11-12

    Published: 2018-11-12

    DOI: 10.17632/5v8kghnz9b.1

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    Crotta, Matteo; Luisi, Elena; Dadios, Nikolaos; Guitian, Javier (2018), “Data for: Probabilistic modelling of the events occurring at evisceration during slaughtering of pigs: Quantitative data in support of stochastic models for the assessment of the risk of contamination.”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/5v8kghnz9b.1

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