This Information Applies To: OpenLab CDS software versions 2.1 to 2.5
This article describes how to process a calibration with disabled calibration points in OpenLab CDS software versions 2.1 to 2.5.
In OpenLab CDS software versions from 2.1 to 2.5, every calibration standard injection uses an interim calibration curve.
Amounts in standards and samples are calculated based on those curves. Every injection has its own curve.
Note: For other versions of the software, see the article: How to Process a Calibration with Disabled Points in OpenLab CDS 2.6 or later.
Steps to Follow
Tips: For further reprocessing sample data, changing to the Processing tab is recommended.
|Tips: When you do requantify an unknown sample, select sample from the injection list and disable the calibration point then try requantify tasks.
Caution: Any disabled calibration points are stored in this session, but not permanently saved within the processing method. If the results set will be reprocessed by clicking Reprocess All, the modified calibration points will be cleared again from disabled to enabled. (Figure 5)
|Learn how to effectively operate your Agilent OpenLab CDS software:
Agilent OpenLab CDS - Data Analysis Reference user manual on Agilent.com