I am using SOFA on a Mac OS 10.12.5 (Sierra) with a quite small dataset of 170 rows and 30 columns (imported without error messages from an xlsx file). SOFA is running nice and smoothly (I generated a lot of diagrams and reports and also did some ANOVA tests.). The export feature works good for me only with one big and nasty exception: Everytime I chose the option “copy current output ready to paste” the application crashes without any error messages. It just stucks with the sandclock and info message (see screenshot) and needs to be closed via the terminal.
Grant after some search I realized it has been implemented in Matlab, I will eventually convert it to python but if you want to add it to SOFA, I think it will be worthwhile the effort. Passing-Bablok is heavily used in scientific analysis where there is a need to correlate two data sets with a lot of variance. In other words, it handles much better outliers.
Here's the matlab script for reference. It is a little buggy, but nothing that can't be fixed.
click on the “Functions” tab to see the code.
On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 12:49 AM, Grant Paton-Simpson firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Sorry for the delay - just trying to catch up with my emails.
On 28/07/17 12:00, Gustavo Oliveira wrote:Hello can SOFA perform Passing-Bablok curve fitting? I am a coder
In Python?, and
I need to implement this method of curve fitting but I did not really
understand how it is done. I was wonder if you SOFA can do it so that
I can take a look at the code?
It's possible to implement that sort of thing but there are two questions:
1) Is there a Python function that could be used?
2) Is the feature worth adding or replacing something existing?
If so, would have any pointers where I can see some implementation of it?
Sorry - I don't know but if you find anything I would take a look.
All the best,
– tchau, Gustavo.