The Birthplace of Peaks… Peak Detection Parameters

So after all is said and done, in the routine world, data really relies on the basic two dimensions.

Time and Response.

To put it all together we need to setup a way to detect what is really meaningful out of a line of connected dots using these two dimensions.

There are a plethora of detections alogrithms out there. We at Thermo typically use Two (ICIS and Genesis), sometimes a third. As in anything we need a starting place.

In TF we give you the ability to set up what you want your Default detector to be.

This also gives you the option to set the default conditions. Hint: I gave you my preferred default settings in an earlier post.

You use these settings when you make a new compound/peak in a method.

But you can also set up default conditions for you’re other alogrithms. So, if you find the need to change one that has already been assigned to a peak, you’ll have your preferred setting right off the bat.

So this is one place where you can defind your freedom of choice.

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Posted on June 13, 2012, in Configuration, General Use, Method Development. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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