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IONICON Data Analyzer (IDA)

The new, powerful and fast data analysis suite IDA

IDA is the new platform to visualize, analyze and manage your IONICON TOF-MS projects

Introduction:

  • IDA offers a userfriendly interface with dynamic elements to focus on relevant analysis steps only.
  • IDA is based on state-of-the-art data analysis algorithms and offers quick and reliable analysis progress.
  • IDA features a modular software concept that allows for a futureproof expandability with tailor-made plug-ins to support YOUR data analysis.

Highlights:

  • Easy to use, fast and reliable
  • Full multicore computation support
  • Resource-saving system requirements

Key Features:

  • Software solutions for a targeted and untargeted high resolution peak analysis including an automatic isobaric peak deconvolution and an assignment to chemical compositions based on exact masses and isotopic distribution patterns.
  • Data reduction includes software assisted tools for mass axis re-calibration, peak-shape calculation, mass resolution determination and a full baseline correction based on your data-acquisition time.
  • Quantify your data with a series of dedicated software tools and benefit from IONICON’s more than two decades of experience in ion chemistry.

Technical specifications

Performance Examples:

Dataset

CHARON

Airborne

Laboratory

 

acquisition time

10

0.2

2

s

# of spectra

8,600

> 130,000

7,200

 

Total duration

24

8,2

4

h

m/z stability period

300

60

60

s

peak-shape period

3600

1800

1800

s

# of detected peaks

1249

631

138

 

total analysis time*

7:06

7:59

2:21

m:ss

analysis to acquisition time*

0,5

1,6

1

%

 RAM usage

3.5

3.5

2,8

GB

*Dell Precision 3620: Intel® Core™ i7-6700K (4 cores, 2016), 16 GB RAM (2133 MHz), Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB; analysis times do not include user-inputs. System Recommendations: Intel i5 5th generation or newer, 4 GB of accessible RAM, SSD Hard Drive, IoniTOF 4.0  or newer.

Related Publications:

Müller, M. et al., 2013. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0169743913001275

Müller, M. et al., 2011. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1387380611001576

Titzmann, T. et al., 2010. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1387380610002459