Until now, if you wanted to work with a chromatogram on a Mac, you needed to export the image as PDF and the results as a spreadsheet. If you were not so lucky, it would be inside a presentation, or worse yet a word processing document. Now you can work with the real data.
Xhromatogram can read AIA files, display the chromatograms, export graphic chromatogram images, report peak integration results and file metadata, and print reports. It supports several vector and bitmap graphical formats, and copy/paste of both images and text.
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