The second case considered part of the “Daubert Trilogy.” In Joiner the Supreme Court held that the court of appeals must apply the “abuse of discretion” standard when it reviews the trial court’s admission (or exclusion) of expert testimony. The Joiner court also clarified the Daubert language stating that the focus has to remain on the methodology and the techniques and not on the conclusion. That, “A court may conclude that there is simply too great an analytical gap between the data and the opinion proffered.”