Issue 462: Add "Thermo TSQ Quantiva" to transition settings

issues
Status:closed
Assigned To:Guest
Type:Defect
Area:Skyline
Priority:2
Milestone:3.6
Opened:2016-04-11 by yuanyuan shen
Changed:2017-09-21 by Kaipo
Resolved:2017-09-21 by Kaipo
Resolution:Fixed
Closed:2017-09-21 by Kaipo
2016-04-11 yuanyuan shen
Title»Add "Thermo TSQ Quantiva" to transition settings
Assigned To»Alex MacLean
Type»Defect
Area»Skyline
Priority»3
Milestone»3.6
Hi,
Our group just had a thermo TSQ Quantiva in and want to use MRM on the instrument. However, when I did the transition setting of collision energy in Skyline, "Thermo TSQ Quantiva" couldn't be found.
If adding the instrument myself, I was asked to input the "slope" and "intercept".
Could you help us to solve the problem? Thanks a lot!

Yuanyuan

2016-07-27 Brendan MacLean
Assigned ToAlex MacLean»kaipot@u.washington.edu
Notify»Susan Abbatiello
Priority3»2
I just found this one assigned to Alex, which doesn't make much sense, but apparently it was posted directly to the issues list by a user.

I kind of agree that we should probably create a CE predictor for Quantiva, even if it is exactly the same as the Vantage. Otherwise, we are leaving some question of whether this is really the best thing to use. Much better if we (you, Kaipo, me and Sue Abbatiello) decide what Quantiva users should be using and make the explicit in the Skyline UI.

Sue, do you have any thoughts on this? Should we just use the Vantage values? I expect this is what most people have been doing? Do you have better values for the linear equations? Want to run new experiments?

Let us know, and Kaipo will add this for the next release.

2016-07-27 Brendan MacLean

2016-07-28 Brendan MacLean
Sue gave use the following settings, which she said had been experimentally derived:

2, 0.0339, 2.3597
3, 0.0295, 1.5123


2017-09-21 Kaipo
resolve as Fixed
Statusopen»resolved
Assigned ToGuest»Brendan MacLean
Got fixed a while ago.

2017-09-21 Kaipo
close
Statusresolved»closed
Assigned ToBrendan MacLean»Guest