Hi!

Is it possible to show a compound's multiplier in the report? I can't find any way Maybe with some revererse engineering : from the ratio of the cal curve' slope and the calibration amount…

Peter

(Openlab 2.4)

Hi!

Is it possible to show a compound's multiplier in the report? I can't find any way Maybe with some revererse engineering : from the ratio of the cal curve' slope and the calibration amount…

Peter

(Openlab 2.4)

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Hello,

You cannot display it directly on the report as a single field. However in CDS 2.x, you can recalculate it in IR or as in the example below in CC. Using the fact that compound concentration(CC) is calculated by the equation CC = CA(Compound Amount) * Multipliers */ DilutionFactors * CM(Compound Multipliers) we can solve for CM. We do need to do the calculation based on your methods setting for the use of dilution factors in the equation so I have provided both. The other options in the method that can effect the calculation are normalization and calculating mass % which would require different CC or IR formulas but can still be done.

Marty

`Compound_Concentration/Compound_Amount/CurrentSample.Multiplier(1)/CurrentSample.Multiplier(2)/CurrentSample.Multiplier(3)/CurrentSample.Multiplier(4)/CurrentSample.Multiplier(5)/CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(1)/CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(2)/CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(3)/CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(4)/CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(5)`

Compound_Concentration/Compound_Amount/CurrentSample.Multiplier(1)/CurrentSample.Multiplier(2)/CurrentSample.Multiplier(3)/CurrentSample.Multiplier(4)/CurrentSample.Multiplier(5)*CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(1)*CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(2)*CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(3)*CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(4)*CurrentSample.DilutionFactor(5)

Hello,

You cannot display it directly on the report as a single field. However in CDS 2.x, you can recalculate it in IR or as in the example below in CC. Using the fact that compound concentration(CC) is calculated by the equation CC = CA(Compound Amount) * Multipliers */ DilutionFactors * CM(Compound Multipliers) we can solve for CM. We do need to do the calculation based on your methods setting for the use of dilution factors in the equation so I have provided both. The other options in the method that can effect the calculation are normalization and calculating mass % which would require different CC or IR formulas but can still be done.

Marty