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Python package for analyzing data from and assisting the development of electrochemistry with in-situ mass spectrometry.
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ScottSoren Background subtraction debugging
Molecules.py:
- get_flux() uses full dataset if it can't find a tspan
- get_flux() sets removebackground to False if neither removebackground or background are specified
- get_bg() makes sure to set the bg in mol/s

Plotting.py:
- plot_signal() and plot_flux() do not remove background by default
- plot_experiment() passes background on correctly

Quantification.py:
- get_signal() averages over specified number of endpoints when background=='start'

data:
- a few chip objects updated or added for Krabbe
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.gitignore flow modeling (17G31) Jul 31, 2017
Calibration.py
Chips.py EC_MS 1.0, debugged for robust use at Fuzhou Apr 9, 2019
Combining.py
Data_Importing.py
Datapoints.py Changed f-string to format Jan 21, 2019
EC.py
Electrolytes.py
Integrate_Signals.py Fixed small importing bugs Apr 16, 2019
Molecules.py
Object_Files.py
Plotting.py
Potentiostat.py CRLF autocorrect, so all linebreaks are '\n' Jan 21, 2019
Quantification.py Background subtraction debugging Jun 6, 2019
README.md
Time_Response.py
__init__.py

README.md

EC_MS

pytho npackage for working with electrochemistry - mass spectrometry (EC-MS). Used to analyze data from and inform the development of EC-MS systems. Developed at DTU Physics contact: scott@fysik.dtu.dk

Copy EC_MS to a directory on your computer. Add that directory to your system's PYTHONPATH. In ubuntu, this is done by editing .bashrc and adding the following line: export PYTHONPATH="{PYTHONPATH}:<containing_directory>" and then, in bash: $source .bashrc After that, you can use all of the functions and classes in EC_MS globally on your computer with a "from EC_MS import " line in a python script.

NOTES__EC_MS.txt is a soon-to-be antiquated file describing the EC_MS package and development prior to its uploading on github on 17E20 (2017 May 20)

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