Analysis of FACS data

Shiv Prasad shiv at tsp.med.umn.edu
Thu Aug 6 10:21:31 EST 1992


In article <1992Aug6.114417.2704 at usenet.ins.cwru.edu> ccy at po.CWRU.Edu (Cheung C. Yue) writes:
>
>I wonder if there are software (preferrably public domain) which
>will let one take the primary sort data obtained on a machine
>such as the B-D Facscan and stored on a Hewlett-Packard machine
>to be manipulated for display on machines such as an IBM clone
>or a Mac.  Thanks for your input.
>
>ccy at po.cwru.edu
>-- 


In our lab we use our Mac to call up the FACS lab, and using Versaterm (a
modem program with graphics capabilities) we can down load the data.  I 
then use MacDraw II to do all of the laborious fiddling around to make the
data presentable.  Versaterm allows one to store the data in MacDraw format.

Shiv Prasad
Dept. of Microbiology (and Immunology)
Univ. of Minnesota
shiv at lenti.med.umn.edu



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