importorigin: Import data from Origin7 ITC data sheet

Description Usage Arguments Value Note References See Also Examples

View source: R/importorigin.R

Description

The importorigin function imports integreted ITC data from csv files. The source csv files can be generated, for example, by exportation from spreadsheets generated after integration in Origin7 ITC module.

Usage

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Arguments

x

a character string of the name of the text file in csv format exported from Origin7 ITC data sheet

Value

A list with each column in the input file as one component. Elements in each component are converted to the numeric type. NAs are generated if non-numerical values are present. NAs at the end of each component are deleted. These components are in the list if imported from Origin7: DH,INJV,Xt,Mt,XMt,NDH,B

DH

heat exchange in mcals for each injection

INJV

injection volume in ul for each injection

Xt

ligand concentration in the ITC cell before each injection

Mt

protein concentration in the ITC cell before each injection

XMt

the molar ratio of ligand to protein in the ITC cell after each injection

NDH

heat exchange in cal/mole for each injection

B

heat exchange in cal/mole for each injection, fitting results from Origin7

Note

Origin7 with ITC module is software from Microcal Inc.

References

MicroCal Inc. 1998 ITC Data Analysis in Origin Tutorial Guide, Version 5.0

See Also

itcONE11

Examples

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data(data_origin1);

## using the loaded data to generate an Origin7 data file as input
write.csv(data_origin1, "origin_data.csv", quote=FALSE, row.names=FALSE)

## import data
x1 <- importorigin("origin_data.csv");

Example output

Loading required package: minpack.lm

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