By Morrison Rogosa, Micah I. Krichevsky, Rita R. Colwell (auth.)
As the identify indicates, this publication provides an open ended approach within which machine thoughts facilitate encoding, access, administration, and research of microbiological info derived from the examine of micro organism, algae, fungi, and protozoa. The method isn't restricted through any taxonomie viewpoint or proprietary laptop know-how and is freely and simply adaptable to the distinct wishes of distinct difficulties. this allows investigators to deal successfully with unexpected components in their research or with new info generated via outdated or new expertise. we're in actual fact thankful for the worthy recommendation and encouragement of Professor V.B.D. Skerman. lots of individuals contributed principles and technical wisdom, and clients of the approach have contributed info and responsive feedback for greater than a decade. quite, we recognize Lesley Jones for a few editorial support; Keith E. McNeil for contributions to part 7; Elwyn G. McIntyre for precious assistance with part eight; Dr. B. Amdur for significant contributions to part 21; Dr. A.J. Wicken for advice in increasing and updating part 23; Dr. S. Feingold for a few positive aspects of anaerobic micro organism in part 24; Drs. J.
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Sero1ogical titer of 1:6,400 G + at 24 hrs. Note that spaces may be left between feature numbers, whereas spaces must not exist between a feature number and its numeric indicator, N. Also, zero as a numeric answer need not be aligned with the decimal point. Serological Data: Serological numeric data are coded as the denominator. Thus, a 1:6,400 titer is recorded as 6400. Directions for coding data 33 Scientific Notation: Scientific Notation is recorded according to "FORTRAN" format rules. 1) Convert the number to a base 10 exponent: The capital letter "E" is substituted for the number "10" to denote the exponent base 10.
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Coding Microbiological Data for Computers by Morrison Rogosa, Micah I. Krichevsky, Rita R. Colwell (auth.)