Joseph J. Strout wrote:
>> Alternatively, just throw the files onto a DOS-formatted disk on your Mac.
> Macs can read and write (and even format) MacOS, DOS, and ProDOS disks.
Which is the easiest and cheapest option, I guess.
> (Or my favorite solution, which would be to find a flow cytometry program
> for the Mac -- I don't know much about flow cytometry, but doesn't NIH
> Image do that sort of thing nicely?)
Surely the place you get the collection software will give/sell you the
They probably do - it's a matter of £££ ($$$!), right?
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