How do you know if you’re getting good results from your GC?
New Feature: Reference Results
We’ve added a great new feature to our GC and LC software, and that’s the ability to create Reference Results. In many cases our customers are analyzing the same thing day in and day out with the purpose of confirming that certain compounds are present or that certain compounds are not, and in many cases this is being done by multiple operators some of whom are more familiar with chromatography than others.
Our goal is to provide those users with intuitive visual information during the run to help them understand the current sample. Typically you establish during method creation a chromatogram that represents a good run where you identify what compounds are coming out at what retention times and you are typically running standards to understand the peak heights and areas of different concentrations of compounds.
Allowing users to label a result as a Reference Result that can show up in the background of any subsequent runs allows a user to to gain a lot more information about a current run to ensure that the run is producing a reasonable chromatogram and to see real time information on whether or not expected peaks are showing up and if they are larger or smaller than expected. Especially if multiple operators are running a method or if many methods are being run on a system, a Reference Result in the background is a nice tool to have for confirmation that things are going well, or that they’re not so action may be taken.
Every feature we add is with our users in mind. We want to make our users’ jobs easier. We want to provide them with the information they need to make the best decisions possible.
To learn more about this feature or any other feature, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to hear from you and we’re happy to help in any way we can.