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sigMan is a utility for the analysis of time-dependent signals, especially electropherogram/chromatogram data. It is no longer being actively updated or maintained by me (Nathan Cermak) as of January 2011, for lack of any users.

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  • Peak-picking and integration
  • Error-minimization multi-signal alignment
  • Noise filters including moving median, gaussian convolution, savitzky-golay
  • Derivative calculation
  • Single-signal and signal-comparison statistics
  • Exports JPEG, BMP, PNG images
  • Reads text files, 32-bit unsigned integer files, and 64-bit double files
  • Dead-time correction for photon-count data
  • Principal Components Analysis


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