I generate data that has a series of peaks, representing fragments of DNA, in 5 coloured channels. The raw output has time on the x axis and peak height (in rfu, or relative fluorescence units) on the y axis
One channel contains a reference (known as a ladder). This has DNA fragments of known size. Using this reference, you can convert the x-axis from time to base pair units.
I currently use the fragman program to 'call' the ladder peaks. Sometimes some peaks are missing (because of bleed through from other channels), so often you need to manually correct the ladder calls.
I'd like to create a shiny-based web app to do what fragman does. It needs to display the data from one file at a time, display the calls it automatically assigns, and allow the user to remove bad calls (e.g. by right click) and add correct calls (e.g. by left click).
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I've been programming in R for 10 years and have a package made in shiny. To view it, go to [login to view URL] If you think I can help you, get in touch.
I am a graduate student in statistics and I have full knowledge of rstudio, rmarkdown and besides that I make dashboards made in bs4 ( shiny) more modern