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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
- 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
- plot_signal() and plot_flux() do not remove background by default
- plot_experiment() passes background on correctly
- get_signal() averages over specified number of endpoints when background=='start'

- a few chip objects updated or added for Krabbe
Latest commit fbedc90 Jun 6, 2019
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Chem Half a year of minor debugging and additions Jan 21, 2019
.gitignore flow modeling (17G31) Jul 31, 2017 EC_MS 1.0, debugged for robust use at Fuzhou Apr 9, 2019 Changed f-string to format Jan 21, 2019 Fixed small importing bugs Apr 16, 2019 CRLF autocorrect, so all linebreaks are '\n' Jan 21, 2019 Background subtraction debugging Jun 6, 2019


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:

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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