The Mass Spectrometry Resource will host a workshop with Agilent Technologies
March 15-17, 2016 Mass Profiler Professional Workshop
March 18, 2016 Pathway Architect Workshop
9 am – 5 pm Central time (US & Canada)
Note: Last date to cancel a registration is February 29, 2016
The workshop will be held in the Active Learning Classroom, Basement of Eads Hall on the Danforth campus
This course uses guided advanced workflows to lead customers through differential analysis to determine relationships between two or more sample groups & variables using Agilent MPP software. Different Agilent & non-Agilent data types will be explored including GC/MS, LC/MS, ICP-MS. Proper experimental design & data preparation will be discussed. Tools including ANOVA, PCA, volcano plots, hierarchical trees, self-organizing maps and K-means clustering are used to explore real-life data sets.
• Introduction to Multivariate Analysis
• Data Preparation for High Resolution LC/MS
• Mass Profiler Professional Basics
• Data Preparation for GC/MS, QQQ & Generic Data Types
• Import of Quantitative Analysis, GC & Generic Data Types into MPP
• Mass Profiler Professional Menu Options & Tools
• Advanced MPP 1: Normalization & Baselining Options, Interpretations, Quality Control & Analysis tools
• Advanced MPP 2: Find Minimal Entities, Results Interpretation Tools, Venn Diagrams & Utilities
• Class Prediction
• 2 months experience with MassHunter Data Analysis & MPP software.
• 4 months of experience using instrument platform with data acquisition competency.
• A basic understanding of the experimental system in which they will be conducting differential analysis experiments.
• Completion of data analysis exercise provided upon registration.
• Agilent provided laptop computers with Mass Profiler Professional 12.5 software.
• Anyone using Mass Profiler Professional software for differential analysis.
R3904A – Pathway Architect Workshop