Function to write KinGUI input files from kinetic data
This function takes an R object as used by the
and tries to write a text file which is compatible with the KinGUI
A list containing the following elements:
The name of the parent compound to be output (
The filename, potentially including the full path, specifying where the output whould be written.
An optional comment that will be integrated in the header of the KinGUI input file.
The function is called for its side effect, namely the generation of a text file.
The KinGUI software tool was announced to be freely available on CD from the main author of the paper cited above, Dieter Schäfer <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Schäfer D, Mikolasch M, Rainbird P and Harvey B (2007). KinGUI: a new kinetic software tool for evaluations according to FOCUS degradation kinetics. In: Del Re AAM, Capri E, Fragoulis G and Trevisan M (Eds.). Proceedings of the XIII Symposium Pesticide Chemistry, Piacenza, 2007, p. 916-923.
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