Endy:F2620/Data Processing/Algorithm

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  • Load the data from the excel file. Read headers of the column to know the colony number and AHL type used. Form a lookup table. Separate the medium column at this point. Count how many repeats there is for each type.
  • Find the GFP background by finding the non-induced column
  • GFPpre-fit by fitting all the GFP background columns
  • Fit medium for OD (find mean)
  • For each OD subtract this mean (media)
  • For each GFP we subtract the fitted background calculated for non-induced cells of this type (e.g. for cog-AHL we subtract fitted results for non induced cog-AHL from the raw data)
  • Calibrate GFP relative units to conc of GFP (from Barry's calibration run): 1.16*10e-6*GFP+9.95*10e-4
  • Fit GFP
  • Fit OD (don't fit media anymore)
  • Plot GFP, GFP/OD, dOD/dt, gamma, (GFP/OD)/dT, total sythesis and output (this is for debugging and outputs a huge .pdf and .tex)
  • to params.csv outputs all the fitting parameters and errors (the errors are not really important)
  • to surfaces.tsv output points for superimposed transfer functions in 3D (so you can plot the 3D surfaces yourself)
  • evaluate the fitting equations for the total synthesis at many timepoints and select the hightest value from cog-AHL and store this time value.
  • output to transfer.tsv all values of total function for all series at time calculated above and low/high repeat, st dev (Mathworld definition, I think it is what you call standard error), 95% confidence
  • plot using gnuplot 3D superimposed lines "ser*.pdf" files (we don't use them anymore) surfaces (those are the green ones we post on wiki) into files "sersurf*.pdf") and the transfer functions to "tranfer.pdf" with 95% confidence intervals, transferlh.pdf transfer functions with low/high errors,

where * is series number Notes: 1. Evaluation of the total synthesis function is done using arbitrary precision numbers. B/c they exceeded double range

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