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2-day Agilent R1717A Deconvolution Reporting Software course

05 Dec 2013 - 06 Dec 2013 - The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

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What will I learn on this course?

This data analysis course will cover the fundamentals of the Deconvolution Reporting Software, G1716AA. DRS is an add-on application package to the Agilent GC-MSD Chemstation. Students will learn to use DRS interactively from Data Analysis and to optimize settings. Other topics covered include software installation; automation (sequence); compound addition to existing databases; AMDIS deconvolution and NIST Search. It combines a mixture of classroom based presentations with hands-on software lab exercises using laptop computers, to give you comprehensive training.

Is this course for me?

This course is for an experienced user of the Agilent MSD Chemstation who needs to know how to produce automated reports in the laboratory.

Those attending the 2-day DRS course will receive a FREE poster on the DRS guide taught throughout the course.

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For more information or a course outline, please email

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