Technelysium’s Chromas Lite Application is used to load and display chromatogram files, which means files that use extensions such as ESD, ABI, SCF, and RDF. Once users have loaded a chromatogram file onto the software, they have a variety of commands available to them. For instance, they can query a chromatogram for a particular sequence that they want, which the program will search for through redundant code matching. The user can also copy the contents of the entire chromatogram for use in another application. He can even reverse the chromatogram. Other possibilities including printing out the chromatogram file and exporting it in any of the alternative content formats available in the software, including the text file format. Printing chromatograms, by the way, can be done in a number of view modes, with the user given the ability to select full printing or zoomed in printing that focuses the printed image on a single part of the chromatogram.
As may be gleaned from its name, Chromas Lite is actually just one of the Chromas line of products, and the thinnest of them all when it comes to features. The other options, with more advanced functions, are Chromas (Standard) and ChromasPro.
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