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Based on these observations, we recently formulated a quality measure for every spot from the TD image by defining qTD ¼ qint Â qcom ðTDÞ (2:3) 34 X. Wang and M. J. 4 qTD × qcom Before normalization Fig. 2. 0 After normalization The benefit of data QC utilizing log R-quality scores plot. (a) Data variability depends on the quality scores qcom and qTD. Data with better scores exhibit higher replicate consistency. (b) Quality-dependent localized normalization. 35 Quantitative quality control of microarray experiments where qcom(TD) is the composite score of TD spot defined from size, signalto-noise, background level and uniformity, as given in the Eq.
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