An R Tool for the Luria-Delbruck Fluctuation Assay
Project maintained by eeeeeric
Hosted on GitHub Pages — Theme by mattgraham
Technical details are given in Zheng (2017).
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Installation and Usage
Follow the guide for installation instructions and a basic tutorial.
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The rSalvador manual is also available.
The example files mentioned in the guide: example1.txt and example2.xlsx.
Installing from GitHub
- Download and install R 3.6.1.
- Install Rtools 3.5 by downloading and executing the file Rtools35.exe.
- Launch R.
- Install the R package devtools by executing the following command from within R.
- Execute the following devtools command from within R.
devtools::install_github("eeeeeric/rSalvador", subdir = "rsalvador")
For Python 3 users
Some frequently used rSalvador functions are also available in pySalvador for Python users (source, Jupyter manual).