Hi BioConductor Community,
I have been developing an R package that deals with ECIS data, that is now in a state that I feel is ready for submission to a repository. For context, ECIS uses tiny electrical currents at a variety of frequencies to measure the integrity of endothelial cells in vitro. This generates a large amount of data (similar to a flow cytometry experiment in scale) that can give insights into how the cells are functioning, without having to label or fix the cells for further analysis. Currently, only proprietary tools are available to analyse ECIS datasets and this is the first R implementation of this analysis we are aware of.
Is this kind of software within BioConductor's remit or would a more general repository be more appropriate?
Thanks in advance for your assistance!