[BioC] MvA plot

Rich Haney rphaney at bigfoot.com
Tue Feb 17 22:52:00 MET 2004

Unless I am mistaken, you are looking at a plot where the x-axis (A) is the
product red × green of the spot values and the y-axis (M) is the ratio red /
green, of the spot values.  For example, see

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Subject: [BioC] MvA plot

Just a simple question: what does the "M" in MvA stand for. I'm assuming "A"
is average. I could not find the answer on the web. Thanks.


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