NanoDrop import wizard fails to import files with multiple measurements of the same sample in some cases
For some reason it is sometimes required to re-measure the concentration of a sample. When this happens, two (or more) lines are generated in the output file. When importing to BASE, Reggie should use data from the line with the highest concentration value.
While this works in some cases, it will fail if the measurement with the higher value comes after the measurement with the lower value. The reason is that the counter that is keeping track of the number of imported data lines is incremented when it shouldn't be, since the current line is replacing an older line. In the end, the result is a mismatch between the actual and expected number of data lines (always 24) which is reported as an error.