Written by Tim Bushnell, PhD Sudoku puzzles seem to be all the rage. I see it in coffeehouses, at the airport, even in doctors offices. Everyone is trying to work out how to fit the numbers into the grids so that everything adds up properly. Designing polychromatic flow cytometry panels is much like the Sudoku…Read More
Manual compensation is the process of adjusting the compensation based on how the data visually looks.
If you have manually compensated data in your lab notebook–strike it out now. Manual compensation results in overcompensated data, yielding incorrect conclusions. If you have issues, explore what those problems are and work to resolve them rather than making up fiction by manual compensation. Here are three keys to automatically compensating your data.Read More