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A Method for Enhancing Spectral Plots

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Many instrument companies include their logo as a part of their plotting routines. These logos do not interfere with the normal operation of a lab; however, when it comes time to publish, these logos can cause problems. It has been found that these logos do not always reproduce well (as illustrated in Ref. 1). In addition, these logos can create adverse reactions from one's own corporate manager or the sponsor of a research project—both of which are serious health hazards. The removal of these logos can require extensive poking around with an octal editor (an odius task at best) or the development of one's own plotting routine. Both methods are time consuming and difficult. We recommend a novel and easy method of lifting the logo from the plot.

Keywords: Spectroscopic techniques

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: Department of Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195

Publication date: May 1, 1986

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