The Peak Explorer is intended for automatic processing of spectra and also any plots having strongly expressed local maxima (peaks). The program automatically determines a position of the peak. Peaks are automatically fitted by Gaussian function.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:14
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Description: The Peak Explorer is intended for automatic processing of spectra and also any plots having strongly expressed local maxima (peaks). The program automatically determines a position of the peak center, coordinates X and Y of the top point of the peak, calculates peak area, draws a linear background under the peak and also determines left and right boundaries of the peak. For more correct description peaks are automatically fitted by Gaussian function. You can use two algorithms of the peak searching. It is possible to smooth the plot by method of mooving average. Interface: English and Russian.
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