DAx has all the features that are needed for chromatographic applications in
general, such as the ability to measure sequences of measurements, recognise and
quantify components, and compare measurements.|
It also contains a number of features geared specifically towards Gas Chromatography and High Performance Liquid Chromatography:
|User entered or data derived gradients|
Time coordinates for the gradient steps or temperature programme can be entered,
and DAx will derive the corresponding signal values.
|Convenient manual editing of gradients or temperature programmes|
Gradient "nodes" can be dragged to new locations, removed, or added.
|Gradient Percentages or Temperature Programme displayed as curve|
|Subtracting signal gradients from data|
The signal value Gradient Nodes can be dragged using the mouse.
(Gradient shown exaggerated here for clarity.)
Subtract signal gradient
The second vertical axis is for the gradient level plot.