Non-Parametric Methods

In nature, microbial communities exist as complex networks of species that interact among themselves as well as their environment. These interactions not only dictate the composition and structure of the community, but also influence the overall functionality and chemistry of the system. By using more relevant mathematical methods to analyze and interpret interactions within a microbial community, and by leveraging network theory to understand how species within a community group themselves, we can gain insight into the intertwined relationships that define the overall community and the processes we observe at the environmental level. Understanding these interactions and how microorganisms within a community organize themselves enables us to create effective products that are compatible with and able to influence the naturally occurring microbial ecosystem.


Absolute Populations
Activity Layers
Non-Parametric Methods
Strain Management