Version 1.2.4 is now available.

Version 1.2.4 is now available for production. There have been numerous improvements and new features in this release, so we hope you will appreciate the hard work being done. To request the new software update, visit

Details of the changelog

Build number 116 – changelog relative to HDIP version v1.2-beta0 Tested on Windows 10 Pro (build 1803, 64-bit) on Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7300U @2.6GHz with 8GB LPDDR3 RAM


  • HDIP can be used to open hdf5 files without the risk of corrupting the license files.


  • The table in the spreadsheet viewer is now fully copied to the clipboard, even if no cell is selected.


  • The average peak shape, which is calculated when running the peak analysis tool, can now be exported by the user to a comma-separated value text file. A button for this action was added to the tool.


  • Increased the frequency of data flushing to reduce the risk of data corruption.


  • Fixed an issue with the integration of peak in the peak statistics tool.
  • Added a timestamp to every data segment that has been imported.


  • Fixed an issue with the version checker unit. The hyperlink to the update page is now shown.
  • The deprecated function to reconstruct the images is now made available under the Reconstruct Image menu, as
  • well as image reconstruction through cubic interpolation in the convex hull.
  • Fixed a bug in the calibration editor, preventing the unit from starting the calibration process.


  • Added a new clustering method for the Labelled Segment editor: Gaussian Mixture model. This new clustering method allows to discriminate the data points in a non-discrete way.


  • Fixed the oxide calculation in the reference database editor. Also placed a warning against saving edited entries in the
  • GeoReM or HDIP databases. All entries edited by the user should be saved in database-user.


  • Fixed the manual selection of scans in the LaserTrace splitting tool.
  • Datasets can now be easily deleted by right-clicking on them in the project browser.
  • It is now possible to perform a drift-correction where the normalization curve is recalculated for each mass channel individually.


  • The datasets created by the manual integration tool were placed on the wrong location. This was fixed now.
  • The buttons in the manual integration tool were also fixed.


  • Fixed a bug in the calibration editor, preventing the unit from starting the calibration process.


  • Fixed the sliders and reset buttons in the peak integration tool.
  • The choice of the file extension of the files selected in the import manager is now persistent.
  • This means that if the user always work with the a certain filetype, the filetype will be automatically selected.