End Height vs Start p/v and End p/v?
I'm calculating the discrimination factor ( M. Z. El Fallah & M. Martin, Uwe Neue) and found what I needed with Start p/v and End p/v. In the process I ran across End Height (uV) but I can't find an explanation of what this value represents. Does anyone know?
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Start height (uv) and End height (uv) merely represent the valley height in uV at the start or end of the peak, provided that it is a peak valley whereas the p/v is a ratio of the peak apex height to the valley height.
p/v = PeakApexHeight / ValleyHeight
For additional reference:
https://blog.waters.com/getempoweredreaderquestiononcalculatingpeakvalleypointstip79
https://forums.waters.com/discussion/2282/calculatepeaktovalleyratioinempower2
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p/v = PeakApexHeight / ValleyHeight
For additional reference:
https://blog.waters.com/getempoweredreaderquestiononcalculatingpeakvalleypointstip79
https://forums.waters.com/discussion/2282/calculatepeaktovalleyratioinempower2
p/v = PeakApexHeight / ValleyHeight
For additional reference:
https://blog.waters.com/getempoweredreaderquestiononcalculatingpeakvalleypointstip79
https://forums.waters.com/discussion/2282/calculatepeaktovalleyratioinempower2
p/v = PeakApexHeight / ValleyHeight
For additional reference:
https://blog.waters.com/getempoweredreaderquestiononcalculatingpeakvalleypointstip79
https://forums.waters.com/discussion/2282/calculatepeaktovalleyratioinempower2