This node generates 1 plate's worth of plate and well IDs to a table. The user selects the plate size and fill direction. The node creates a table with the following columns:
Plate Index- a numerical plate index, starting a 1
Well Index- a numerical well index within the current plate, starting at 1
Row Index- a numerical row index within the current plate, starting at 1
Row ID- an alphabetical row ID within the current plate, starting at 'A'
Column Index- a numerical column index within the current plate, starting at 1
Well ID- an alphanumeric Well ID combining the
Column Indexfields, separated by the row-column deliminator. The node dialog contains a live preview for this field for well A1
Plate/Well ID- an alphanumeric Well ID prefixed with the Plate ID, plate prefix and plate-row deliminator. The node dialog contains a live preview for this field for well A1
8'. This value is between 0 and one less than the number of wells on the plate. Increasing it such that the first well to use is beyond the number of wells specified by the '
Wells to skip at end of plate(s)' setting will result in that setting being decreased to ensure that there is always at least one well in use on the plate. If changing the plate size puts the value entered beyond the last well of the plate, it will be reduced to keep one plate well occupied
8'. This value is between 0 and the maximum value for the plate size such that at least one well is occupied, and may be changed by changes to the plate size of '
Wells to skip at start of plate(s)' settings to ensure at least one well is always available
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