Laura’s Notebook: Cleaning Srm Data In Skyline

First steps, done on 8/8

Clean up data in Skyline:

Used final version of sequence file (which I uploaded from the Vantage computer to Owl @ UWPR on 7/28) to associate .raw files with samples – determine which samples are which for the duplicate named files. The final sequence file, which will also contain the time loaded into tray & injection time (in case this is a factor), is located in the Data folder of this repo, here.
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Make sure I have all data in Skyline

Confirmed in Skyline by going to Edit -> Manage Results & cross-checking data file names in Skyline with the sequence file, and the .raw files on Owl. image

Confirm correct peaks picked & determine if any transitions/peptides are un-usable

Referenced the Predicted SRM Retention Time calculations I did at the beginning of my mass spec run to confirm correct peaks picked. ID’d peptides with lots of noice, and no clear peak at the predicted RT. Here is a screen shot of the predicted RT, with poor quality peptides in red. NOTE: Need at least 2 transitions for each peptide to move forward with analysis. image

Next steps:

  • Adjust peak boundaries
  • Determine if any .raw files should be discarded, based on poor-quality data and those that I re-ran & re-made
  • Look @ all blank runs to see if there are any weird signals
  • Check out blank samples
  • Download data! Protein, peptide, transition, area, retention time
  • Work through Emma’s suggestions: normalization, dilution durve check, NMDS, ROC curves, data upload

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