Commit eb9deb1f authored by Vallo Varik's avatar Vallo Varik
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......@@ -104,7 +104,7 @@ score the effect of a drug (fitness is maximally affected there for
concentrations/replicates). Let's check the closest timepoints to 10h:
```{r echo=T}
filter(dat, Time_h < 10.5, Time_h > 9.5) %>%
filter(dat, Time_h > 9.5, Time_h < 10.5) %>%
count(Time_h)
```
......@@ -126,7 +126,7 @@ Good, filtering for `Time_h` between 9.5 and 10.5 h gives a desired result.
- Introduction to [drc](doc/drc.md) package, a dedicated package for
DoseResponseCurves that allows one to fit them in no time.
After all this reading, one must be hyngry for data analysis. Load `drc` library and see if you can make the plot below. There is one issue: `drm` does not know how to handle `uM = -1` -- not a real concentration anyways, encoding we used for background control -- so get rid of that before fitting.
After all this reading, one must be hyngry for data analysis. Load `drc` library and see if you can make the plot below. There is one issue though: `drm` does not know how to handle `uM = -1` -- not a real concentration anyways, encoding we used for background control -- so get rid of that before fitting.
![](doc/tasks/08_out.png){width=60%}
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......@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ Looking at above plot, it seems that about 8-10h would be a good time to
score the effect of a drug (fitness is maximally affected there for
concentrations/replicates). Let’s check the closest timepoints to 10h:
filter(dat, Time_h < 10.5, Time_h > 9.5) %>%
filter(dat, Time_h > 9.5, Time_h < 10.5) %>%
count(Time_h)
## # A tibble: 4 × 4
......@@ -131,9 +131,9 @@ result.
After all this reading, one must be hyngry for data analysis. Load
`drc` library and see if you can make the plot below. There is one
issue: `drm` does not know how to handle `uM = -1` – not a real
concentration anyways, encoding we used for background control – so
get rid of that before fitting.
issue though: `drm` does not know how to handle `uM = -1` – not a
real concentration anyways, encoding we used for background control
– so get rid of that before fitting.
<img src="doc/tasks/08_out.png" style="width:60.0%" />
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