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Hello. I want to know that my ELISA Standard Result with 4 parameter graph.But, I don't know How to Use....Conc(ng/ml) MeanValue(OD)0.065 0.0120.195 0.0460.586 0.1732.344 0.4049.375 0.64337.5 0.825Here is my ELISA Results...If i want to draw 4/5-parameter parallel lines logistic regression,Should I put Concentration in Explanatory variables(X)?also Should I Put MeanResult(OD) in Dependent variables(Y)?I look forward to hearing from you on this matter at your earliest convenience. Thank you.
The Dependent variable shall be the dose effect measurement, so in your case it seems it must be MeanResult(OD).
If “Concentration” represents an injected quantity (not a measured effect), then it shall be set as Explanatory variables(X).
You can also read the tutorial linked below about the 4 or 5-parameter logistic regression :
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