> Do you mean that you want all spectra in the window to effectively be
> scaled (as far as the contours are concerned) so as to have the same
> maximum intensity peak?
Yes, that is what I meant. (equivalent to the spectrum scale you mention
(And my "maximum intensity peak" I assume you
> mean peaks in the data model sense, so that we are not looking for the
> maximum height of the data across the entire spectrum but just the maximum
> height of the peaks.)
I had not thought of this distinction (basically meaning it would ignore
unpicked peaks, right?). I am not sure - such a scaling routine might
actually be useful to pick the peaks in the first place (especially in
1Ds) so I am a bit ambivalent about this: I could see an argument for
either case. However, if the data model approach is the easiest to
implement that would be fine.
> We have a scale associated with each spectrum
> (settable in the Edit Spectra dialog in one of the columns near the right)
> so we could add a button to set the scale using this idea.
Yes, I have been using that parameter in the spectrum list, but found it
to be rather time consuming to get it right for a larger number of spectra.