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Export Chromatogram as CSV (time vs. response - not peak reports)

Question asked by chemistpp on May 18, 2018
Latest reply on Apr 3, 2019 by qiangfu1

Hi,


I'm looking to export the chromatogram as a CSV as chemstation was able to do.  I want just the raw time vs. response.   I don't want any peaks/areas/area% etc.  Nothing that is a result of processing.   OpenLabs manual suggest a method, but the only options are EMF and PNG.  I don't want a graphical picture, I want the raw x,y values. 

 

 

We use this exported data for performance verification through our own software and data analysis.  Is this possible to achieve with the OpenLabs 2.2 CDS Workstation? 

 

 


Thanks!

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