- SEE ALSO
InSilicoSpectro::InSilico::ExpCalibrator - Calibrates a RetentionTimer predictor based on experimental data
use InSilicoSpectro::InSilico::ExpCalibrator; # creates a calibrator my $ec = InSilicoSpectro::InSilico::ExpCalibrator->new(fitting=>'spline'); # trains it from experimental data $ec->train( expdata=>[1310.00,1520.00],prdata=>[1314.05,1500.75], );
Calibrates retention time predictors. Based on the comparison between predicted and experimental data and the chosen method of fitting. It performs also some preprocessing on the given data.
$h contains a hash with parameters.
Trains the calibrator
Fits the input value according to the calibrator and returns the adjusted value
Preprocess the experimental data and filters outliers
Set an instance parameter.
Get an instance parameter.
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