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Old 09-01-2019, 06:47 AM   #1
scrosby
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Hello,

I am giving a general talk to a room of undergraduates soon. For it I will draw a 5-D (3-D plus color and size of points) graph comparing Illumina, Pac, Oxford and Ion. The purpose of the graph is to be ROUGHLY true - I realize there are dozens of factors, but no one in the room is making either purchasing or research decisions. I just want to show that the decision between platforms is not a simple one. That said, I would like the graph to sort of reflect the realities of these different platforms.

Some of the numbers I can take a stab at; others I have not the foggiest. Could I get a little help? The 20-cell table is editable by the public:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

I will, of course, post the graph here when it is done.
Thanks!!
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OK I found some numbers (slide 2 in the below). They only have to be close.
(you folks think they are?)
Here is how I graphed them: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6m1x26y7sz...phed.pptx?dl=0
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