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Monday, November 20, 2017
reviews of yeast fitness data analysis
Code '20131028.growth.fitness.R' analyze the 4 yeast fitness measurements and define 'essential', 'nonessential', and 'abnormal' genes. This codes output 'SummaryRegressionHetHom2015Oct12.csv' which is the basis of many other codes. The importance of these analysis warrants a separate github repo for these effort.