Invoking this command switches the lower part of the Chromatogram window to the All Signals Results tab, displaying the All Signals Result Table in the left half. When using a multi-detector chromatogram the All Signals Result Table displays all results for all the signals present in the given chromatogram.
All Signals Result Table behaves analogically to the Results Table. The only difference from the Result Table is the Signal Name column, which defines the name of the signal. For single detector chromatograms, the Signal Name remains empty.
The user columns are not supported in the All Signals Result Table.
The All Signals Result Table is visible only when chromatographic data are unchanged. After modifying primary data (Scale or Move operations), All Signals Result Table will disappear as the results are no longer valid.
Columns in the All Signals Result Table are ordered by Reten. Time by default. Double click a column header to change the order by. Displayed results from the All Signals Result Table are printed in the exact order as seen on the screen (WYSIWYG).
Changing the order in the All Signals Result Table and changing the signal or opening a new chromatogram does not reset the order to the default (Reten. Time) - it must be done manually.
Bottom of the All Signals Result Table displays Total row (for Amount and Amount%). Two situations that can occur:
- All Signals Total row is displayed when:
- Separate Total rows for each signal are displayed in all other cases. You will be notified once a compound is used on multiple signals in the header of the table.
No change would be displayed in the All Signals Result Table when option Compound Unique on One Signal is checked but incorrect calibration is used.
Presentation of results
The results table can be added into the print configuration by checking the All Signals Result Table checkbox in the Report Setup - Results dialog