|Title||»||Calibration Curve graph calculates concentrations on double-blanks (NaN or infinity)|
|Assigned To||»||Brendan MacLean|
Run TestSmallMoleculeQuantificationTutorial to page 23.
Activate one of the double-blank replicates.
You see the message in the Calibration Curve graph "The selected replicate has missing or truncated transitions"
Click and drag around the Explicit - 2.7 line to integrate noise around that peak.
The message changes to "Calculated Concentration: NaN uM" (or the infinity symbol instead of NaN).
We never expect to be able to calculate a concentration on a double-blank. So, we probably just want to say that in either case. Otherwise, the original message seems to encourage me to perform integration, and the second message is just plain confusing.