Laser logs can save a lot of time when setting up selections in iolite. Rather than painstakingly reviewing each bit of data and assigning it to a selection/group, the time stamps in a laser log and the analysis annotations can be matched up with mass spec data to automate this process.
Masks have been part of iolite since the early days, but we still regularly get questions about them. In this note, we will take a look at what a mask is and why you might want to use one, the ways you can make one, and what it looks like when things go right (and wrong).
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One question that came up recently was how to get the results in weight percent oxide rather than ppm. In this note, we’ll go through one way you can do that using iolite’s python functionality.
We recently had a question about replacing values below 0 with 0 so I thought I’d write a quick note to demonstrate one way you can do that using iolite’s python functionality.