Interlacing means that you have multiple experiments on one plate, as
is common for QPCR runs. For example, you start pipetting your samples for
Gene 1 into the first row of the plate; when you reach the end of the
first row, you proceed with the 4th row, because you have two interlacing
experiments (Genes 2 and 3) in rows 2 and 3.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.xltoolbox.net/transpose_interlace.html