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Oh man, don't you love taking a look at data from a previous experiment and coming up with these three AWESOME problems?

1. The dates from the raw data file and the summary sheets do not always match up.
(Some dates seem to offset by over a month)

2. Ostensibly there are mis-labelled raw data files.
(There is crazy stuff happening here. Such noticeable problems include files labelled as 2nd dose for a specimen being recorded after the 4th dose readings. Other incorrect labelling includes mis-labelling of treatment groups - ie a specimen is IDed as saline in one file, and chemo in another).

3. There are no links between files and cells; therefore its largely impossible to tell where numbers came from without manually comparing the summary file and what I think is the correct raw data file.
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