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To routinely add the same custom columns to each newly generated MultiQuant results table, custom columns can be added to the table in the Batch Editor in Analyst® software that is created before acquiring a data set.
To include only the data associated with the quantifier ion in a report, group the quantifier and qualifier ion for a particular analyte, and then use the For Each AnalyteGroup loop around the information to be reported.
By default, the format for a numerical field in a report is taken from the results table itself if the format is not set in the report template tag. If a specific numerical format is desired for a particular field in a report, certain default formats (such as the number of decimals desired or scientific notation) can be chosen in the Format field in the tag for that value. Otherwise, In the SCIEX OS software results table itself, the number format can be set for individual columns by editing the Number Format in the Results Table Display Settings options.
After upgrading Analyst® TF software 1.8 to version 1.8.1, the Eksigent control software no longer displayed the option to chose the ekspert™ nanoLC 400 autosampler. To resolve this issue, in the Eksigent control software, the autosampler driver for the nanoLC 400 must be unregistered and then re-registered.
An IF statement can be added to limit the sample types that need to be output to a report from a results table created in Analyst® software, MultiQuant™ software or SCIEX OS software. Below are few examples of how to write an IF statement within the loops ForEachSample or ForEachAnalyte.
Individual users of Analyst® software can be assigned a particular role in Analyst software in the Security Configuration mode. The various roles are designed to limit a user's access to certain functions within the software depending on the role assigned. Below is a chart that shows how access to these functions decreases for the various default roles.
To add a custom column(s) to a batch in Analyst® software, right click within the batch table on the Sample tab, and select Add Custom Column.
If the dilution factor is not set correctly in an Analyst® software results table, the calculated concentration values for samples of known concentration will be incorrect.
If the name of a query is ever changed or updated or if a new query needs to be attached to a report template, the query must be relinked to the template used for reports created in MultiQuant™, Analyst® or SCIEX OS software.
If actual concentration values for standards are omitted from a MultiQuant™ or Analyst® software results table, then the data points for standard concentration versus peak area will all be aligned with zero on the x-axis in the calibration curve, looking nothing like the expected diagonal line. Adding the actual concentration information for the standards spreads the points across the x-axis and restores the expected diagonal linear regression line.
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