July 1st, 2012

angry, Buttercup


I don't even know how many hours I've spent in the past day trying to figure out how many data files I have. You'd have thought it'd be easy. Count up the number of filled lines in the spreadsheet. Easy.

Well, it would be easy if it wasn't for the fact that I'm getting 114 from one dataset, 113 from the second, and 114 from the third! I really need to know how many files I processed since the percentages depend on it, but it won't add up.

Program L: has 114 Human files, consisting of 107 filled Inhibitors + 7 adenosine nucleosides.
Program P: has 113114 Human files, consisting of 96 filled inhibitors + 7 adenosine nucleosides + 10 files that are waiting for data (program currently crashes when i run it with those ligands), +1 little bastard file that ran okay, but didn't get added to the main database for reasons unknown.
Program V: has 114 Human files, consisting of 98 filled Inhibitors + 7 adenosine nucleosides + 9 files that are waiting for data.