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Instant plot from copy&pasted data

From Excel, Origin or any text editor, just select the columns to be plotted and transfer to Spectragryph with CTRL+C/ CTRL+V.
In the line above the first values, axis types are recognized.
Above these, spectrum titles are recognized.

youtube: using spectral databases with Spectragryph

Using the spectral database feature - screencast/ tutorial video youtu.be/InRWl5qTuH0

This video shows how to load a spectral database into Spectragryph, navigate and visualize the database spectral content, load sample spectra for search, execute searches and create PDF search reports.

Creating spectral databases I:- screencast/ tutorial video youtu.be/nrG_3wHt7qk

This video shows how to create a custom spectral database from your own spectra. Part I: create & save the basic database, include your spectral data and assign descriptor values

Creating spectral databases II:- screencast/ tutorial video youtu.be/74vDPddPHZM

This video shows how to create a custom spectral database from your own spectra. Part II: create search definitions and use them to execute spectral database searches.

Preprocessing FTIR spectra for comparison- screencast/ tutorial video youtu.be/8xk5gfy2n8s

This video shows how to do some common tasks on a series of FTIR spectra simultaneously:
- cutting of bad measurement area
- linear baseline subtraction
- normalization by area

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