This Information Applies To: OpenLab CDS 2.X
How to integrate non-ideally separated peaks starting above the zero baseline in OpenLab CDS?
Peak Valley Ratio
The Peak to valley ratio is a measure of quality, indicating how well the peak is separated from other substance peaks. This user-specified parameter is a constituent of advanced baseline tracking mode.
- By adjusting the peak to valley ratio, you can decide if two peaks that do not show baseline separation are separated using a drop line or a valley baseline.
- The peak-to-valley ratio is calculated using the following equations:
H1 ≥ H2, Peak valley ratio = H2/Hv
H1 < H2, Peak valley ratio = H1/Hv
Please note that in regulated environments you always need to refer to the guidelines outlined in your SOPs for integration parameters.