GC Image software provides various extension interfaces. Plugins can be implemented to enhance the flexibility and functionality of the software. Documentation regarding the plugin interfaces is available in the User Guide.
We are continually developing and updating the plugin interfaces to suite user-specific needs. If you would like to have a particular feature implemented, it may be possible to develop the feature as a plugin. You may request the plugin, or seek advice on implementing it by yourself on the User Forum.
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This plugin extends the software to support importing VUV Analytics (*.db) files. It requires the 64-bit edition of the software and a VUV license dongle obtained separately from VUV Analytics. This plugin also includes the VUVTool, which allows spectra to be viewed in the VUV VGA 100 Viewer.
Investigator ML extends the software to support supervised pattern recognition and classification. It provides various tools for visualization and reporting on the chromatograms, features, feature patterns, classification models, and classification results.
This plugin implements a
ln(RI) vs. retention time 3rd-order polynomial regression that can be used to perform calibration from retention times to retention indices or other chemical properties such as molecular weight.
The Type Analysis plugins assist the analysis of compound groups in a complex mixture data acquired by two-dimensional chromatography coupled with soft ionization MS such as Type Analysis by GCxGC/FI from JEOL.
This plugin implements a set of functions for screening environmental contaminants published by Donald C. Hilton et al., 2010. It allows users to use these functions in CLIC expressions for screening compounds, template matching, and reporting.
This plugin implements an improved version of the function for screening dichloro compounds proposed by Donald C. Hilton, 2007. It allows users to use the function in CLIC expressions for screening compounds, template matching, and reporting.