Category Archives: Videos

TraceFinder Webinar series in Begins in October


please click the link below for more information.

http://www.thermoscientific.com/content/tfs/en/about-us/events/tracefinder-webinar-series.html

Links to each webinar listed below:

 

TF 3.2 Setting up to Data Review to display Positive results first

In the video below, we have set up the flagging criteria to be able to sort and float Positive results, above the LOR/Cutoff Limit set in the method settings,to the top of the data review grid. We have also setup a flag to allow compounds with detected peaks but fall under the LOR/Cuttoff level in the QAQC section of the master/local method, to appear below the positive results. This should assist in labs wanting to review data by exception and to validate their data review process to incorporate into their SOPs to utilize this criteria.

TraceFinder 3.2 – New Quick Acquisition for Method Development

In previous versions of TraceFinder, there existed the Development Batch under the Method Development Mode of the application.

TraceFinder 3.2 has been replaced  with a new Quick Acquisition button in the toolbar and in the Tools menu items.

This allows the user to acquire a sequence of files and open them in either Qual Browser or FreeStyle, from any view or mode.

The main benefit is that the user can perform method development or simply acquire a file to test the system. This is done without having to utilize batch processing to get an quick answer to the question.

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Thermo Freestyle – Data Dependant Navigation Tutorial

In the pending TraceFinder 3.2 release, FreeStyle will be an optional feature that comes with every installation.

FreeStyle is a new qualitative viewing package that is taking on the features of QualBrowser.

TraceFinder 3.2 gives you the ability to utilize both QualBrowser and Freestyle when analyzing data, from links within the application.

Please view the video below as a quick tutorial on the data dependant navigation of FreeStyle.

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Thermo FreeStyle – Sequence Navigation tutorial

In the pending TraceFinder 3.2 release, FreeStyle will be an optional feature that comes with every installation.

FreeStyle is a new qualitative viewing package that is taking on the features of QualBrowser.

TraceFinder 3.2 gives you the ability to utilize both QualBrowser and Freestyle when analyzing data, from links within the application.

Please view the video below as a quick tutorial on the sequence navigation of FreeStyle.

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Thermo Freestyle – General Navigation Tutorial

In the pending TraceFinder 3.2 release, FreeStyle will be an optional feature that comes with every installation.

FreeStyle is a new qualitative viewing package that is taking on the features of QualBrowser.

TraceFinder 3.2 gives you the ability to utilize both QualBrowser and Freestyle when analyzing data, from links within the application.

Please view the video below as a quick tutorial on the basic navigation of FreeStyle.

 

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Note: FreeStyle is a separate application and will require a separate license from TraceFinder.

However, when you apply for a TraceFinder 3.2 license you will receive both a  TF license and a FreeStyle license.

You simply apply each to their respective license when using the applications together.

Xcalibur Quan Method to TraceFinder Methods for Quan Conversion

Below is a quick and simple way to move from Xcalibur based quan methods to TraceFinder.

If the video is blurry please click the cog wheel at the bottom of the panel and increase the video display resolution.

 

New In TraceFinder 3.1 – Sieve Unknown Screening Connector

TF 3.1 now includes a plugin kit, which allows for the rapid development of custom workflows within existing functionality of TF and external applications.

The first technology connection made is to Thermo Sieve 2.1.  This allows a user to send data to and receive selected results from Sieve. This gives TF the ability to complete the “Unknown to Known” workflow. This is accomplished by not reinventing unknown analysis inside of TF, but by leveraging the core competencies of TF and Sieve in a unified platform.

The video below is a short demo of how this works in an Unknown Analysis to Quantitative workflow, by Mark Sanders.

His accompanied ASMS poster is located on a previous posting.

The New TSQ Quantiva – The World’s Most Sensitive Triple Quad Mass Spec

Peptide Quantitative Method Development with TF3.1