What's new in the latest version of OMNIC Paradigm software?
With OMNIC Paradigm software version 2.3, if you have the Time Series package, you can collect Time Series data and quickly identify components in your sample as well as import TA Instrument data to see even more information about your sample. New processing tools now give you more ways to explore your data.
For more information about the newest version of OMNIC Paradigm software, see the release notes.
Collect Time Series data
With a Time Series analysis, you can now measure a series of data to identify and analyze change over time, such as in a TGA or GC analysis.
Identify components in time series data
Select Search in your Time Series analysis to identify components in your data. This search is like Mercury TGA in OMNIC software and uses MCR and multi-component search to show you what components appeared during your analysis and when they were present.
Import TGA data
If you are collecting TGA data on a TA Instruments analyzer, you can import a .TGA file to add weight, temperature, and derivative weight to your profiles.
Import qualification standards
With the new qualification standards tool, you can import DST and QDF standards files and track key details about your standards, such as expiration dates and serial numbers, conveniently in the software.
Use the straight line tool in the Processing menu to replace a region of the spectrum with a straight line. As with the blank region tool, this is useful for removing unwanted features of your spectrum.
Collect single-point measurements in the microscopy view
When using the microscopy view, use the Measure now feature to collect data at the point currently shown in the live view. The new measurement is automatically added to the measurements list on your dashboard.
Apply atmospheric correction after collection
With single measurements, you can now apply atmospheric correction after the measurement is complete. Before, you could only apply the correction before measuring data.
Add many spectra to a library at once
You can now add many spectra to a custom library at once. Before, you could only add spectra to a library one at a time.