|Using Panorama .clib File to generate scheduled MRM methods||hogan||2019-11-06|
I am wondering why you cannot generate a scheduled MRM transition list using just a .clib file from a Panorama Chromatography library. I have uploaded multiple proteins from multiple runs/documents into the library and can export one concatenated clib file that I thought would allow me to generate a scheduled method with all of the validated targets. I pull the .clib file into a new document and when I attempt to generate a scheduled method it throws an error that I need scheduling information from a data file to generate a scheduled method/transition list.
The clib file contains the RT, Precursor, and Y ion information for all the peptides in the library. Why can it not be used to generate a scheduled transition list without importing data.