How do I Perform Peak “Deconvolution”?

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“Deconvolution” is a term often applied to the process of decomposing peaks that overlap with each other, thus extracting information about the “hidden peak”. Origin provides two tools to perform peak “deconvolution”, depending upon the existence of a baseline. We have put together an … Continued

How to Create a Timeline in Origin 2015

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In this blog, we will show how to make a timeline, or chronological chart in Origin. We will use the events of the recent financial crisis as the example, with the final graph shown below.   To make this graph, the following Origin features were used: String manipulation using Set Values dialog. … Continued

Statistics on Rows

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Origin provides tools for user to generate basic statistics for rows in worksheet. In this blog post we will discuss the tools to generate row-wise statistics: Using the “Statistics on Rows” menu Rowstats x-function for non-contiguous data/multiple sheet Pros and cons of … Continued

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