Computes the centroid of a heatmap and adds this to the heatmap's report.
It is possible to perform multiple iterations and each time with a shrunken heatmap.
Generates a cropped heatmap by applying the specified crop algorithm.
A filter that modifies the quantitation reports of chromatograms being passed through.
Normalizes the values of a heatmap to have a range of 0 to 1.
Divides all the heatmap values by the value of the specified numeric field.
If the report field is not available or not numeric, then an error gets attached to the notes.
Rotates a heatmap by a specified number of degrees clockwise.
Standardizes the values of a heatmap to have mean of 1 and stdev 1.
NB: normally, the mean is 0 when standardizing, but heatmaps only allow positive values.
Creates a submap, specified by the coordinates of the top-left corner (row and column), width and height.
Subtracts the value of the numeric field from all non-zero heatmap values.
Values that fall below zero are automatically set to zero (minimum value for a heatmap).
Replaces all intensity values that are either below or above a user-specified threshold, depending on the selected threshold type, using the pre-defined replacement value.