Talk:20.109(S11):Wrap-up analysis and modelingb (Day8)

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Revision as of 16:34, 9 April 2011

T/R

Please use the following order for all data: IPTG, IPTG/AHL, -/-, AHL.

Data should be written as: # units (% of AHL case). You can indicate the standard deviation of the data if it is known. (You may include one more significant figure than you believe (or not) for your classmates' reference, but don't go overboard!)

In notes you can explain if you are using week 1, week 4, or both data sets for the original system. Also specify which team's design you used, if your own did not produce colonies. Finally, definitely mention if some of your data points are untrustworthy due to saturation.

Group Miller units and % maximal (original) Miller units and % maximal (modified) Notes
Sample 1320 (7.0%), 1470 (7.8%), 12,740 ± 20 (67%), 18,900 ± 300 700 (3.6%), 1280 (6.5%), 9100 ± 260 (46%), 19,600 ± 350 week 4 data only
Blue 1146.95 (3.4%), 1273.3 (3.8%), 31696.1 (95%), 33278.3 6111.7 (1176.6%), 6252.9 (1203.7%), 423.4 (81.5%), 519.5 week 4 data only
Yellow 2015(2.5%), 1843(2.3%), 61790(77%), 79800 27960(19%), 29930(20%), 138940(94%), 147470 week 4 data only, -/- and AHL data may be unreliable due to saturation


W/F

Please use the following order for all data: IPTG, IPTG/AHL, -/-, AHL.

Data should be written as: # units (% of AHL case). You can indicate the standard deviation of the data if it is known. (You may include one more significant figure than you believe (or not) for your classmates' reference, but don't go overboard!)

In notes you can explain if you are using week 1, week 4, or both data sets for the original system. Also specify which team's design you used, if your own did not produce colonies. Finally, definitely mention if some of your data points are untrustworthy due to saturation.

Group Miller units and % maximal (original) Miller units and % maximal (modified) Notes
Sample 1320 (7.0%), 1470 (7.8%), 12,740 ± 20 (67%), 18,900 ± 300 700 (3.6%), 1280 (6.5%), 9100 ± 260 (46%), 19,600 ± 350 week 4 data only
Yellow 10,300 ± 200 (5.0%), 9,990 ± 700 (4.9%), 171,000 ± 52,000 (84%), 205,000 ± 730 1,560 ± 200 (0.92%), 1,720 ± 110 (1.0%), 73,200 ± 6900 (43%), 16,900 ± 900 -/- and AHL data may be unreliable due to saturation =(
Week 4 data only


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