You can also save the targets without any imported data or even the targets with a calibration curve imported.
In other words, you can save the document in any state as a template for future data processing. And you can use File > Share to make sure you have all of the files for your template stored in a single ZIP file, which you can share with labmates and collaborators or just use as a starting point yourself.
Best of all, you could start a project on PanoramaWeb.org where you can organize and share all your templates and processed data and build experimental folders that you can publish to Panorama Public as supplemental data for a paper.
Lots of potential and (unfortunately) lots to learn.
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