plater: Read, Tidy, and Display Data from Microtiter Plates

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Authors Sean M. Hughes
Journal/Conference Name J. Open Source Software
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Paper Abstract plater defines a simple, plate-shaped file format for data storage, so it’s easy to remember the experimental design, and provides functions to seamlessly convert between that format and a tidy (Wickham 2014) data frame that’s optimal for analysis. When the instrument produces data that’s already tidy, plater helps combine that data with plateshaped experimental metadata. Once the data is tidy, it’s sometimes useful to look back at it in plate shape, so plater makes that easy, too.
Date of publication 2016
Code Programming Language R
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