So at times we’ve had the request that chemist just want to enter in some compound data without having a rawfile to extract the spectra from.
And though TF gives you multiple ways of creating methods, some feel they just want to be able to add a compound and input their data by hand.
Though many workflows support doing this in using a CSV file and creating a method from importing that csv file into the CDS, sometimes that just may be too much.
So here is couple of CDS files that you can have on hand just to pull over and fill in place holder information.
One is for XIC/SIM type of experiments and the other is for SRM type of experiments.
A question came across the Blog that asked about Licensing and Multiplexing?
The answer to the question is two.
One License for the version of the application(ie. TraceFinder EFS, TraceFinder Clinical, ect..) and One for the Additional Module such as Multiplexing support for the Aria OS.
IF you go to the upper left section of the application in the menu bar and select Help, at the bottom of the dropdown will be an item called License Activation.
Here you can open the licensing window and request or enter license data.
If your trial period is over then only a license screen will appear when you open the application from the file menu or from the desktop icon.
This is true for both the Application and the Additional Feature of Multiplexing.
TF can be used with Aria MX and AriaOS.
Linked below is a guide on how to work with Aria OS and TraceFinder.
This allows the user to make use of his Aria OS system that has been certified for chemical analysis, but would want to take advantage of the superior TF quantitative properties. This relies on the fact that analysis is performed in a batch processing manner.