The update is available from the main Iolite page (http://www.iolite.org.au/Iolite.html).
Here’s a quick run-down of what the new release has going for it (I’ve started with the most interesting bits for those of you with limited attention spans):
— We’ve added a new way of automatically selecting integration periods, which uses thresholds for up to three different channels (e.g. select data where Ca43 is greater than 100,000 CPS and the Mg24_v_Ca43 ratio is less than 0.15). This is quite a big feature, and will be the subject of an upcoming post, so I won’t go into more details here.
— The Report Window now quotes all numbers to the equivalent of two significant figures in the uncertainty (e.g. 123.4567 ± 1.23456 will be expressed as 123.4 ± 1.2).
— The “Auto Y axis” buttons now have a toggle functionality – click them one and the axis will autoscale to encompass all data – a second click immediately after this will do a more clever autoscale which attempts to reject extreme outliers.
— You can now use shortcuts to get to the Report Window and XY Plot Window using Command+4 and Command+5, respectively (Control instead of Command on PC). These are in addition to the pre-existing shortcuts for the Main Control Window, Traces Window and Log Window using Command+(1,2,3).
— When selecting the Primary channel, the popup is sticky (i.e. it will have the current item selected when you open the popup), making it easier to systematically move through your channels one at a time.
— We’ve added a default setting for whether to add to, or overwrite, existing integrations in automatic integrations windows.
— There were some cosmetic issues for the Main Control Window on the PC that have been improved.
— We’ve fixed a bug on the “Drive L/R” control on the PC
— People running the newest version of IgorPro (6.21) were getting a bug when trying to create images, which is now fixed.
On top of this there were mountains of small bug fixes, but nothing we need to burden you with here…