Functions to get and set the map titer table. Note that when setting the titer table like this any titer table layer information is lost, this is normally not a problem unless the map is a result of merging two titer tables together previously and you then go on the merge the titers again.

These are underlying functions to get and set the "flat" version of the titer table only. When a map is merged, the titer tables are merged but a record of the original titers associated with each map are kept as titer table layers so that information on the original set of titers that made up the merge is not lost. At the same time, the merged titer version of the titer table is created and saved as the titer_table_flat attribute. When you access titers through the titerTable() function, the flat version of the titer table is retrieved (only really a relevant distinction for merged maps). When you set titers through titerTable<-() titer table layers are lost. These functions allow you to manipulate the flat version without effecting the titer table layers information.

titerTable(map)

titerTable(map) <- value

titerTableFlat(map)

titerTableFlat(map) <- value

Arguments

map

The acmap object

value

A character matrix of titers to set

See also

adjustedTiterTable

Other map attribute functions: acmapAttributes, dilutionStepsize(), mapName(), titerTableLayers()