An example of pfdData
The polyfunctional degree (pfd) data computed from the adultsNeonates data.
data frame; The data frame contains n columns of PFD percentages of reactive cells, where n is the number of markers in the data set, as well as 'demographic' data for each row of percentages. PFD=1 refers to the percentages of reactive cells which are producing only one marker, irregardless of which marker. PFD=2 refers to cells which are producing exactly two markers. Similarly, up to PFD=n markers.
N. Hawkins, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA
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