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Ready-made processing sequences, for use with the new "Automate" feature in Spectragryph

How to use: just download and open in Spectragryph, with the [Load Sequence...] button from the Automate ribbon. For explanations, see the automation part of the online manual!

Skilled use of such sequences will cut processing time down to a tiny fraction of the ordinary manual processing time! Just check the parameters and adapt them to your needs...

Batch-convert massive amounts of spectral files from all file formats into four export formats. Many options...
simple, but powerful: create individual, single-spectrum plots from a bunch of spectrum files.

elaborate processing sequence for Raman spectra treatment:
spike removal, cutting off the laser region, advanced baseline removal to get rid of fluorescence background, batch export into single spectrum JCAMP-DX files and finally: "see what you've done!"

from raw spectra to time kinetic data:
load spectra from defined folder, subtract straight baseline, subtract Blank spectrum, smooth and create a results file with timestamps and a number of parameters like peak wavelength/ area under curve/ average for a number of ranges and finally: "see what you've done".

complete emission spectra processing:
interactively load data, correct detector sensitivity, assign excitation wavelengths, remove 1st & 2nd order Rayleigh & Raman scatter peak by interpolation, create a EEM 2D plot from resulting spectra. Show also processed spectra series.

Processed a lot of data with Automation and forgot a final visualization step? This one shows the existing results.


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