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In Analyst® software, there are three security configuration modes available: Single User, Integrated and Mixed. Are there functional equivalents of all three available in SCIEX OS software? In short, no, there are not.
To filter library hit results in a SCIEX OS software by library score and to remove any results without a proper score (presenting with N/A), a custom filter can be used in the Analytics mode.
To enter the formula for a stable-isotope-labeled compound in the Components tab of a processing method in SCIEX OS software, some specific rules must be followed. When entering the formula, the atomic mass of the isotope is added before the single letter chemical abbreviation of the element, and then the total number of atoms of each isotope follows the chemical symbol.
To delete unwanted analytes from a processing method in Sciex OS software, highlight the rows, right click and select Delete Rows.
All peaks from both the unknown and library spectra are used to calculate the Purity Score, which is used to assess how well a compound matches an existing library compound. A high value indicates a high probability that the unknown spectrum has been correctly identified; a low value indicates the match is less certain.
To replace the logo shown in a report in SCIEX OS software after the results table is reviewed, click Reporting, then Create Report, and then save the Results Table. Click Replace Logo.
Searches of SCIEX libraries with the precursor mass tolerance set to 0.01 Da may not yield any hits. This is due to the fact that some of SCIEX libraries contain spectra that were acquired with inaccurate precursor m/z.
To change the default injection volume in MPX™ 1.2.1 software, the MaxInjectVolume line in the MPX configuration file (Multiplex.INI) can be edited. Additionally, the value added to the injection volume field in the Analyst software batch editor (on the Sample tab) will override the configured MPX injection value during an acquisition run.
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A Shimadzu LC system may not be recognized and may not be able to be configured after an upgrade to Analyst® 1.7 software if a computer image on the PC was not sourced from SCIEX.
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