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To obtain the intensity information from an IDA-EPI MS/MS spectra, the ProteoWizard data conversion tool, MSConvert, can convert SCIEX data files (.wiff and .wiff.scan) to other formats using MSConvert besides mzML, such as MGF or txt formats. These non-mzML formats create larger files but provide the spectral data in simple mass/intensity text.
Changing any of the source or compound parameters in a PPG tuning method (such as Q1PosPPG.dam located in the API Instrument project folder in the Analyst Data folder) causes mass shift and resolution issues in the resulting data file.
Many different types of compound and library databases can be imported into LibraryView™ software version 1.4. The following options for source files are acceptable for importing library compounds into LibraryView software: LibraryView Package (*.lbp), DiscoveryQuant™ Compound Database (*.mdb), Analyst® Compound Database (*.mdb), Cliquid® Package (.clq), Excel file (*.xls), Overwrite Database with LibraryView Snapshot (*.lbp), and Third Party Library Package (*.tplp)
To create and set up the license on the client PC for software using concurrent license server, the license text should be formatted as follows: SERVER [SERVERNAME.DOMAIN.COM or IP ADDRESS] ANY [PORT NUMBER]VENDOR ScxMSSW0USE_SERVER
This article provides some guidance on best practices for backing up your library compounds stored in LibraryView™ software. Its recommended that a snapshot is created of the library every time the library is updated or edited.
Some of the most commonly observed installation issues with SCIEX OS software 1.7 are summarized here. Instructions on how to uninstall previous versions of SCIEX OS software are also included.
Analyst® Diagnostic Tool is an information-gathering program that is designed to provide insight on performance issues with Analyst software and the computer's operating system.
This article summarizes some issues that might contribute or confirm a bad network card.
Digital PicoView® Source is a nano ion source from New Objectives that is Windows 10 compatible and can be used with many SCIEX mass spectrometers.
To allow the system to deliver email notifications of reports generated in Cliquid® software, select Run Samples. In the menu option Set report options, users can choose to set up the email notifications for completed reports or indicate their preference to have a pdf version of the report emailed to them directly.
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