Eppley Institute for Cancer Research
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Jeff Lovelace, Matt Pokross
The University of Toledo, Department of Chemistry, 2801 West Bancroft Street, Toledo, OH 43606
The PEAKSTATS program performs an analysis on the profile data generated by HALFSLICE. First PEAKSTATS applies an averaging filter to the data to help remove noise. Next it searches for the location of the peaks within the profiles and collects information as to the height, location, and various widths. Next it applies corrections to the values measured for the widths. Finally, it outputs the filtered profiles and reflection statistics to files.
Usage: peakstats InFile -p -z -avg -fwhm -r -h -wd ## -mph #.##
Beamish uses the extension .cntr to signify PEAKSTATS input control files. Check the section about .cntr files for more detailed information.
Output Profiles to profile2.dat
Disable Dezinger Filter
Disable Moving Average Filter
Disable FWHM analysis
Disable reporting features
Do not include self in moving average
+- integer width of avg filter (## > 1)
minimum peak height required to be valid data (#.## > 0.0)
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Currently it is included as part of BEAM-ish.