Weird results when asking Peak to peak noise calculation on EIC GCMS openlab CDS


I have tried to perform peak to peak noise calculation on a result set that contains 65 target compound. 

Usually it when ok but some of the compounds have weird results. 

First, some have no result at all. 

Some have way to high S/N values. 

I don't know what's wrong. Can it be a software bug? 

thank you for your help

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  • Hello,

    I took a look at this again and you may want to avoid the time range extraction if you are doing automatic noise calculation. I have to confirm this is working as intended but it seems the EIC on the blank is not extracted when there are no peaks found in the time window. This will lead to no value for the noise being calculated. You might look at your blank and see if there is EIC extracted for 97 around the 6.296 RT. Also, if the blank is clean enough in the noise window for the peak you can get some odd calculations including 0 with a SN of infinity. I think this is because the GC-MS will record 0 for ions when not detected the so it is possible in some cases for that automatic window to calculate low values or even 0 if all the data points are 0. 


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