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PeakFit Automatically Places Peaks in Three Ways

PeakFit uses three procedures to automatically place hidden peaks; while each is a strong solution, one method may work better with some data sets than others.

The Residuals procedure initially places peaks by finding local maxima in a smoothed data stream. Hidden peaks are then optionally added where peaks in the residuals occur.

The Second Derivative procedure searches for local minima within a smoothed second derivative data stream. These local minima often reveal hidden peaks.

The Deconvolution procedure uses a Gaussian response function with a Fourier deconvolution / filtering algorithm. A successfully deconvolved spectrum will consist of “sharpened” peaks of equivalent area. The goal is to enhance the hidden peaks so that each represents a local maximum.

[toggle border=’2′ title=’Full Graphical Placement of Peaks’] If PeakFit’s auto-placement features fail on extremely complicated or noisy data, you can place and fit peaks graphically with only a few mouse clicks. Each placed function has “anchors” that adjust even the most highly complex functions, automatically changing that function’s specific numeric parameters. PeakFit’s graphical placement options handle even the most complex peaks as smoothly as Gaussians.
[/toggle] [toggle border=’2′ title=’PeakFit Offers Sophisticated Data Manipulation’] With PeakFit’s visual FFT filter, you can inspect your data stream in the Fourier domain and zero higher frequency points — and see your results immediately in the time-domain. This smoothing technique allows for superb noise reduction while maintaining the integrity of the original data stream.

PeakFit also includes an automated FFT method as well as Gaussian convolution, the Savitzky-Golay method and the Loess algorithm for smoothing. AI Experts throughout the smoothing options and other parts of the program automatically help you to set many adjustments. And, PeakFit even has a digital data enhancer, which helps to analyze your sparse data. Only PeakFit offers so many different methods of data manipulation.
[/toggle] [toggle border=’2′ title=’Highly Advanced Baseline Subtraction’] PeakFit’s non-parametric baseline fitting routine easily removes the complex background of a DNA electrophoresis sample. PeakFit can also subtract eight other built-in baseline equations or it can subtract any baseline you’ve developed and stored in a file.
[/toggle] [toggle border=’2′ title=’Publication-Quality Graphs and Data Output’] Every publication-quality graph (see above) was created using PeakFit’s built-in graphic engine — which now includes print preview and extensive file and clipboard export options. The numerical output is customizable so that you see only the content you want.
[/toggle] [toggle border=’2′ title=’PeakFit Saves You Precious Research Time’] For most data sets, PeakFit does all the work for you. What once took hours now takes minutes – with only a few clicks of the mouse! It’s so easy that novices can learn how to use PeakFit in no time. And if you have extremely complex or noisy data sets, the sophistication and depth of PeakFit’s data manipulation techniques is unequaled.
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