Q: Software for ELISA plate readers

Keld Sorensen KeldS at uic.edu
Fri Sep 6 03:17:12 EST 1996


[snip - some griping about a poor computer prg]

 You ask: is it wrong to ask for source code -
the answer is NO, but you will not be likely to get it.
How would the manufacturer know that you don't
give it to somebody else???

I have in the past written my own software, it is
really NOT that hard - you could do that, our you
could write some macros for Excell or some other
spreadsheet for the analysis - there have been many
published in the lit.

I personally use a Vmax software package for our
reader and I like it, but always dump the data in a file
and process it with other software packages.

Keld.



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