provides automated analysis of data containing peaks - any type of peaks - all
kinds of peaks!
Great for mass spectrometry, for quadrupole, ion trap, magnetic
sector, and TOF spectrometers.
Find peaks, measure peaks, create a list of peak parameters, using Razor's
suite of peak pickers - the acknowledged standard in peak finding.
QPeaks creates a table of peak positions, peak heights, peak widths - all
presented with their standard errors - and peak signal-to-noise
Developers of proteomics and
informatics software: If you need automated peak detection, try our free
do we use
Maximum Entropy? Why do we use Bayesian methods?
Proper spectral analysis, or peak analysis, asks a statistical question: "What is the most likely
system of peaks buried in my data?", or "What is the most
probable spectrum or chromatogram under the noise?" Bayesian, Maximum Entropy and
Maximum Likelihood methods answer such questions. They provide the
spectroscopist, the chemist, the chromatographer, with the
assurance that he or she has obtained the best possible result from the data, the most
probable result, without compromise, without unwarranted assumptions, without
is a new version of the well respected
Razor Tools add-on applications for GRAMS/AI
spectroscopy software. RazorTools is an
implementation of the Razor Library
library for spectroscopic and peak analysis.
FREE to users of GRAMS/AI
FreeTools - 3 Applications from RazorTools/6
LUC - Classic maximum likelihood deconvolution.
EDG - Easy one-click baseline removal.
PIC - Find peaks. Setup peaks for
a copy of FreeTools, send us an email!
entropy deconvolution for electrospray
Prof. Jack Dodd: jgdodd (@) gmail.com
Dr. Lin DeNoyer: lkd1 (@) cornell.edu
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