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   Your location > Software > SpecsLab > SpecsLab Prodigy > Data Views

Data Views

Examining the recorded data

Plot View

The Plot View window shows the acquired raw spectrum data and additionally recorded data sets which can be processed by applying simple mathematical operations (like computing the peak areas, full width half maximum, and signal-to-noise ratio). Aside from the integrated signal of a multi-channel detector, data for each scan and channel can be analyzed separately.

Automatic peak identifications based on the periodic table of elements make a direct detection easy and fast.

 
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Peak fits can be applied to the data as well as full quantification operations based on multiple spectra. The resulting datasets can be exported to files or the clipboard to be able to include them into separate reports.

All those operations are part of the experimental procedure. That means that when spectra are repeatedly measured, the operations are automatically reapplied and the results are updated.

The bottom line is that all automation and scripting features allow the user to create experiments from the initial data acquisition to data evaluations for quick screenings and overviews which help to judge quality of data and give initial results.
 

Image View

In the case of 2-dimensional detectors the image data with the actual intensities is displayed in a false color picture to reveal important details. It is also possible to display data from multi-dimensional recordings by specifying the excess dimensions.

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For multi-dimensional recordings (for example, manipulator movements along two axes) operations can be applied automatically for each position. The output values of those operations can be plotted against the coordinates to display images such as chemical maps.
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