This Information Applies To: Agilent OpenLab CDS
Issue
This article provides step-by-step instructions to calculate peak-to-valley ratio in OpenLab CDS.
Background
Prerequisites
Figure 4: In this Example Tangent Skim Mode (Exponential) for Integration is Used, therefore the p/v ratio is not calculated
Steps to Follow
Figure 6: Selecting P/V Ratio column in Injection Result
Figure 8 shows a video on how to calculate peak-to-valley ratio in OpenLab CDS 2.6 as an example.
Figure 8: How to Calculate Peak-to-Valley Ratio via OpenLab CDS 2.6
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