Install the Riffyn Functions AddIn here.
Use these by clicking their corresponding button on the AddIns tab of the Ribbon.
Reshapes matrix data (e.g., 96-well or 384-well plate data) into a standard table. Select a range of cells, and then click the Stack button on the AddIns Ribbon.
Stack Multiple searches your current worksheet for all plate data blocks, then reshapes, joins and concatenates them into a single table, with one column for each property name defined in the plate blocks. The output is placed into a “Stacked Data” worksheet. And you can re-run the AddIn repeatedly and it will just update the data in place. (So you can edit your plate data and re-run to update the stacked data.)
Use these functions like any other Excel function. Enter "=rif...(...)" in any cell.
rifFDR(Pval, PvalDist, [Q], [FDRType])
Calculates the false discovery rate for a P-value using a set of P-values calculated from the same null hypothesis.
Pval: the P-value for which the FDR will be calculated
PvalDist: Range of cells containing the set of all P-values calculated for the experiment. All P-values must be calculated using the same null hypothesis (e.g., the same control data). If you have data P-values that come from (or potentially come from) multiple underlying distributions, consider using this very impressive method (not available in Excel though).
Q: Optional. If TRUE, then return the q-value. If FALSE return the unadjusted FDR.
FDRType: Optional. Selects the method used for calculating the FDR.
rifInterpolate(Xvalue, Xvalues, Yvalues)
Returns and interpolated value of Y at a given value X, among an array of X and Y values of equal length.
Xvalue: the value of X at which to calculate the interpolated Y value.
Xvalues: an array of X values.
Yvalues: an array of Y values of equal length to the Xvalue array.
Increments the value of a Riffyn run number in the form R####. E.g., =rifIncRnum("R0014") will return "R0015".
rnum: a string in the form C####, where C is any single character and # is any digit.