This is the Quick Search Interface (QSI) that simplifies the use of Geena 2 by reducing parameters to a very minimum.
You may be interested in using the Bright Search Interface (BSI) for tuning averaging and alignment parameters
or the Standard Search Interface (SSI) for a complete control over all parameters.
Using Geena 2 should be straightforward. Input and output data use a simple format.
Nevertheless, should you have any problem, see the help
or the information on data formats pages.
NB! This version includes a new feature. When a normalization peak is provided, it is used to calibrate m/z values.
In practice, for each spectrum all m/z values are recomputed by taking into account the difference between the teorethical and the actual m/z values of the normalization peak.
NB! Move your mouse over the icon for a contextual help.