Description Usage Arguments Value

Generates all possible fitness correlation plots, on a plate-by-plate basis, comparing all possible combinations of replicates for a given medium, treatment and plate number. Useful tool for searching for incorrect plate orientation, or misplaced/mislabelled plates. Can also give clues about plates with incorrect medium.

1 | ```
correlationReport(scrnms,dataframe,outputfile,aw=4,ah=4,fitmax=185,fdef="fit")
``` |

`dataframe` |
Dataframe containing fitnesses to be summarised. Typically output from qfa.fit function. Must add a "fit" column before passing to this function. |

`outputfile` |
Output file name. |

`scrnms` |
Screen names to test for correlation problems |

`fitmax` |
Upper limit for both x and y axes in correlation plots. Maximum observable fitness for this combination of experiments and fitness definitions. |

`aw` |
Number of horizontal panels per page in output report. |

`ah` |
Number of vertical panels per page in output report. |

`fdef` |
Fitness definition to use (e.g. "nAUC","r","MDR"). |

Generates a multi-page .pdf report demonstrating two-way between-replicate correlation for all possible pairs of plates and for all media, treatments and replicates in a QFA experiment.

qfa documentation built on May 31, 2017, 3:46 a.m.

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