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DAx Data Acquisition and Data Analysis

Gas Chromatography and High Performance Liquid Chromatography support in DAx

  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

not gradient corrected

The signal value Gradient Nodes can be dragged using the mouse.
(Gradient shown exaggerated here for clarity.)
Subtract signal gradient
    after gradient correction

The second vertical axis is for the gradient level plot.