Chromatography software

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A chromatography software, also known as a Chromatography data system (CDS[citation needed]), collects and analyzes chromatographic results delivered by chromatography detectors.

Many chromatography software packages are provided by manufacturers, and many of them only provide a simple interface to acquire data. They also provide different tools to analyze this data.[citation needed]

The most common tool is "integration": It computes simple areas to delimit peaks by adding valleys automatically or not. Areas are computed between two valleys, a signal, and a baseline.[citation needed]

The following is a list of software and the (unexplained) tools that each provides:

Chromatography software
Name Publisher Control Analysis Type Comments
Malcom[1] Schlumberger No Yes GC/GC-MS
ChemStation[2] Agilent Yes Yes LC/GC/LC-MS/GC-MS XML, Macros
EZChrom Elite[3] Agilent Yes Yes LC/GC
OpenLAB CDS[4] Agilent Yes Yes LC/GC/LC-MS/GC-MS
Chromeleon[5] Dionex Yes Yes GC/LC/IEX/MS
Empower[6] Waters Yes Yes GC/LC
OpenChrom[7] Philip Wenig Yes GC/LC open-source EPL
Atlas CDS[8] Thermo Scientific Yes Yes GC/LC
Clarity[9] DataApex Yes Yes GC/LC/MS
Mass Frontier[10] HighChem Yes GC/LC/MS

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