The reaction window is the main user interface for the actual reaction
monitoring run. The reaction windows is opened by selecting a reaction
in the menu entries Run Reaction
or Process Reaction with active Spectra.
The reaction window looks like this:
The trend view shows a plot of the data that is being extracted from
the spectra during the reaction run. Options for the trend view may be
adjusted via the context menu by clicking the Right
Mouse button or by the
parameter panel (5) on the right
side. A detailed description of the display and configuration options
can be found in the section Trend
2. Report View
The report view shows the numerical data of the reaction run in form
of a data table. The table will also show information about the current
reaction phase and the limits and batches that have been added. It also
enables the user to select a certain range or group of samples to be displayed
in the other views. Additional data columns and other options for the
grid view may be adjustedusing
the parameter panel (5). A
detailed description of the display and configuration options can be found
in the section Report
3. Overlay View
The overlay view shows a simple two-dimensional overlay of the sample
spectra that are acquired during the reaction run. Either all spectra
may be shown or only certain samples may be selected in the report grid
view (2). Spectra can be transferred
directly to the main application by using the Right
Mouse button context menu.
Options for the overlay view may be adjusted in the parameter pane (5). A detailed description of the display
and configuration options can be found in the section Overlay-View.
The 3D-View shows a three-dimensional representation of the sample spectra
that are acquired during the reaction run. A detailed description of the
display and configuration options can be found in the section 3D-View.
5. Parameter Panel
The parameter panel shows a tabbed overview of all parameters. In addition
to the view options information about the phases, instrument parameters,
limits and preprocessing is shown and may also be edited. The parameter
panel can be undocked from the reaction window. A detailed description
of the parameter panel can be found in the section Parameter Panel.
6. Control Panel
The control panel shows the main control buttons for the reaction window.
These include general controls (print, exit, save etc.) as well as special
controls (add limit, add preprocessing, add golden batch etc.) depending
on the tab that is selected in the parameter pane. A detailed description
of the parameter pane can be found in the section Control Panel.
7. Trend Monitor View
If activated this large numerical representation of the trend evaluation
will be shown. Useful
for monitoring the trend values from a greater distance to the computer
display. A detailed description of the monitor view can be found in the
8. Reaction Log
If activated an event list for the current reaction will be shown.
9. Status Bar
The status bar at the bottom of the reaction view shows real time information
about the reaction run and the current status. This includes current measurement
information and information about the current phases, the elapsed and
remaining time and the already measured and remaining samples.