Feature detection → Chromatogram resolving → Baseline resolver
A very simple method that can be used to demonstrate the functionality of chromatogram resolving.
- First, the algorithm removes the lowest part of the chromatogram below a Baseline level specified by the user.
- Remaining peaks above the baseline level are recognized if they fulfill the height and duration requirements.
This string is added to feature list name as suffix
Original feature list¶
Defines the processing.
Standard is to KEEP the original feature list and create a new processed list.
REMOVE saves memory.
PROCESS IN PLACE is an advanced option to process directly in the feature list and reduce memory consumption more - this might come with side effects, apply with caution.
MS/MS scan pairing¶
Set MS/MS scan pairing parameters. For more details see MS2 scan pairing
Min peak height¶
Minimum acceptable feature height (absolute intensity)
Peak duration range¶
Range of acceptable feature durations
Level below which all data points of the chromatogram are removed (absolute intensity)
Min # of data points¶
Minimum number of data points on a feature