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*   Using the Info Page
In addition to the mass spectrum or spectral tree and the chemical structure, each record on the Info page can include compound identifications, property, and origin information. The Info page contains editable fields organized by groups and subgroups. You cannot edit fields that display information automatically calculated from a chemical structure (formula, molecular mass, and so on) or acquisition settings adopted from a file. Text in noneditable fields is grayed out.
The information on the Info page is divided into four groups:
Names, ID numbers, physical properties, and biological activity information
Comments, operator, instrument, and sample information
Chromatographic data
File, MS/MS, and scan information
Make sure you understand the connection between data on the Info page and the spectral tree hierarchy.
Each parallel spectrum contains its own data in the Spectrum group because you can acquire parallel spectra under different experimental conditions (collision energy, isolation width, and so on) that you must store independently. In the Mass Frontier application, you can select items that you want displayed on the Info page for each library. See Using the Info Page.
Info page
When a record is saved in a library, all data on the Info page is automatically stored in the SQL database. To permanently store any change, update, or deletion on the Info page, save the corresponding record in the library.
The list of information associated with a record might contain a large number of items that remain largely unused.
You can select items to appear on the Info page for each library.
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To exclude items from the information list
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Choose Options > Info Tab Layout from the Mass Frontier main menu.
The Info Tab Layout dialog box opens. The left pane lists all the available information groups and items that you can display in the Database Manager window. The right pane mirrors the current Database Manager display for the selected library.
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Right-click and choose Hide from the shortcut menu or click Hide at the top of the pane.
The item is not available in the left pane. Until you click Apply, the items are still represented in the right pane.
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Right-click and choose Hide from the shortcut menu, or click Hide at the top of the pane.
All items in the group are not available in the left pane. Until you click Apply, the items are still represented in the right pane.
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Select the Current Library option.
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Click Apply.
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Select the Selected Libraries option.
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Click Apply.
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