plate_types {ddpcr}R Documentation

Supported plate types

Description

Each ddPCR plate has a plate type which determines what type of analysis to run on the data. plate_types is a list containing the plate types that are supported. If no plate type is specified, the default assumed type is ddpcr_plate.

The most useful built-in plate types are: fam_positive_pnpp, hex_positive_pnpp, custom_thresholds.

For full details on the differences between plate types or to learn how to add a new plate type, see the package README.

See Also

new_plate
fam_positive_pnpp
hex_positive_pnpp
custom_thresholds
pnpp_experiment
wildtype_mutant_pnpp
ddpcr_plate
type

Examples

## Not run: 
dir <- sample_data_dir()
new_plate(dir, type = plate_types$ddpcr_plate)
new_plate(dir, type = plate_types$custom_thresholds)
new_plate(dir, type = plate_types$fam_positive_pnpp)

## End(Not run)

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