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- Phosphoserine Member
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I have some data points in the usual m/z, ret.time and intensity planes for two subjects. Is there any way I can compare
the joint distribuions of these m/z, ret.time and intensity for the two subjects. I wish to know if there are differences between distributions within these two subjects.
Is there any multivariate distribution comparison algorithm for doing this?
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- E. Coli Lysate Member
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- Angiotensin Member
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You could possibly use Hardklor for this (http://proteome.gs.washington.edu/software/hardklor/index.html). I have not used it in quite some time, so I don't know how well it would work for this.
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