The following tables are a reference of all operators and functions available for creating custom tokens in the Custom Token Editor and with Parameter Math.
Operator 
Description 

x+y 
Add x and y 
xy 
Subtract y from x 
x*y 
Multiply x and y 
x/y 
Divide x by y 
x^y 
x to the y power 
Conditional/Comparison Operators. Use these with IF..THEN..ELSE statements.
Operator 
Description 

x>y 
x is greater than y 
x<y 
x is less than y 
x=y 
x is equal to y 
x>=y 
x is greater than or equal to y 
x<=y 
x is less than or equal to y 
x<>y 
x is not equal to y 
Logical Operators. These are used in IF..THEN..ELSE statements or to combine two equations.
Operator 
Description 

x OR y 
x OR y 
x AND y 
x AND y 
NOT (x AND y) 
Inverse of the value of (x AND y) 
Example: if (x>20 and y>20) then......else If combining multiple logical operators, parenthesis must surround each operator. Example: if ((x>20 and y>20) and (a<1 or b>10)) then......else 
Function 
Description 

Abs(x) 
Absolute value of x 
ArcCos(x) 
Arc Cosine of x 
ArcCosh(x) 
Hyperbolic Arc Cosine of x 
ArcSin(x) 
Arcsine of x 
ArcSinh(x) 
Hyperbolic Arcsine of x 
ArcTan(x) 
Arctangent of x 
ArcTanh(x) 
Hyperbolic Arctangent of x 
ConvertLinToLog(I,J,K,L) 
Converts a linearly scaled value into a logarithmically scaled value, using the following parameters: I = Lin value, J = # of decades, K = output range (with values of 0, 256, 512, or 1024), L = offset
This will convert a value from 110,000 to 01024. 
ConvertLogToLin(I,J,K,L) 
Converts a Logarithmically scaled value into a Linearly scaled value, using the following parameters: I = Log value, J = # of decades, K = input range, L = offset
This will convert a value from 01024 to 110,000. 
Cos(x) 
Cosine of x 
Cosh(x) 
Hyperbolic Cosine of x 
CoTan(x) 
Cotangent of x 
Ln(x) 
Natural logarithm of x 
Log(x,y) 
Logarithm of y in base x 
Max(x,y) 
Returns the higher value of x and y. 
Maximum([x,y,z...]) 
Returns the maximum value in the array ([x,y,z,…]). The array can hold an unlimited number of elements. 
Mean([x,y,z...]) 
Returns the mean of the values in the array [x,y,z,…]. The array can hold an unlimited number of elements. 
Min(x,y) 
Returns the lower value of x and y. 
Minimum([x,y,z...]) 
Returns the minimum value in the array ([x,y,z,…]). The array can hold an unlimited number of elements. 
Range([x,y,z...]) 
Returns the result of (Maximum([x,y,z,…]) – Minimum([x,y,z,…])). 
Sin(x) 
Sine of x 
Sinh(x) 
Hyperbolic Sine of x 
Sqr(x) 
x squared 
Sqrt(x) 
Square root of x 
StdDev([x,y,z...]) 
Returns the standard deviation of the values in the array [x,y,z,…]. The array can hold an unlimited number of elements. 
Tan(x) 
Tangent of x 
Type Conversion Functions. These are used in more advanced formulas, to convert a number to text and vice versa. They are used when the value returned by a particular token is not the type that you need, and you want to convert it to a type that you can include in your formula. You could also change the result type as described in Custom Token Formatting.
Function 
Description 

NumericToString(x) 
Converts the number x to text (also known as a string). 
StringToNumeric(x) 
Converts the string x to a number. 
Logic (True/False) Functions. These functions return the truth values of applying an operation to the incoming parameters. Some of the functions return a numerical representation of True (1) or of False (0).
Function 
Description 

Between(x,y,z) 
Returns True if x is between y and z (including being equal to y or z), False otherwise. 
FalseValue 
Returns 0. 
IsFalse(x) 
Returns True if x has a value of 0. 
IsSameText([Text1,Text2],CaseSensitive) 
Returns True if Text1 and Text2 are the same. If CaseSensitive is true, the words must match in case, in addition to its content. 
IsTrue(x) 
Returns True if x has a value of 1. 
TrueValue 
Returns 1. 
Text Manipulation Functions. These functions can be used to manipulate or get information out of existing text values.
Function 
Description 


AreValuesInRange([x,y,z...],tolerance,[xName,yName,zName...]) 
If the values in the array [x,y,z...] are all within tolerance % of each other, it returns True. If a pair of values in the array are not within tolerance % of each other, it returns text indicating which ones are not. 

Copy(x,y,z) 
X is the full text. Y is the position to start copying text. Z is the number of letters (also known as characters) to copy from the full text. Returns a subset of the text x, starting at position y, copying z characters in total. 

ExtractFilename("file_path") 
Accepts a file name and will return the text of the data file name. For example, if a file path is C:\Data Files\Today\FlowData1.fcs, ExtractFilename("file_path")will return FlowData1.fcs. Keyword tokens using the keywords $FIL, $FCSE_FILENAME or $FCSE_FILENAMENOPATH can be used for this function. 

ExtractFolderFromFilename("file_path") 
Accepts a file name and will return the text of the file path of the folder in which the data is contained. For example, if a file path is C:\Data Files\Today\FlowData1.fcs, ExtractFolderFromFilename("file_path") will return C:\Data Files\Today. Keyword tokens using the keyword $FCSE_FILENAME can be used for this function. 

FormatFloat("format string",number) 
FormatFloat formats the floatingpoint value given by Number using the format string given by Format String. The following format specifiers are supported in the format string:
The number being formatted is always rounded to as many decimal places as there are digit placeholders ('0' or '#') to the right of the decimal point. If the format string contains no decimal point, the value being formatted is rounded to the nearest whole number. If the number being formatted has more digits to the left of the decimal separator than there are digit placeholders to the left of the '.' character in the format string, the extra digits are output before the first digit placeholder. To allow different formats for positive, negative, and zero values, the format string can contain between one and three sections separated by semicolons, as follows:
If the section for negative values or the section for zero values is empty, that is if there is nothing between the semicolons that delimit the section, the section for positive values is used instead. If the section for positive values is empty or if the entire format string is empty, the value is formatted using general floatingpoint formatting with 15 significant digits. General floatingpoint formatting is also used if the value has more than 18 digits to the left of the decimal point and the format string does not specify scientific notation. 

FragmentCount("text1",'text2") 
Returns the number of string fragments in text2 separated by text1.
Text1 will equal a delimiter, such as "\", for example. Text 2 will be a pathway.
For example, FragmentCount("\","C:\Documents\Data\Sample.fcs") will return 4, since there are 4 fragments that are delimited by "\".
Keywords that return a pathway can be used for Text2. 

GetContainingFolder("file_path") 
Returns the name of the folder containing the file named in file_path.
Example, if file Sample.fcs was located in the directory C:\Program Files\De Novo Software\FCS Express 7 Plus Research Edition/Data, the output for this function would be Data. 

GetFragment(n, "text1", "text2") 
Returns the Nth string fragment in Text2, delimited by Text1.
N = the nth occurrence, Text1 = a delimiter, such as "\", Text2 = a string that uses Text1 as a delimiter.
Some examples of Text2 could be:
For example, GetFragment(1, "\", "C:\Documents\Data\Sample.fcs") will return C:.
GetFragment(2, "\", "C:\Documents\Data\Sample.fcs") will return Documents.
If n is a negative number, the function will start evaluating the text string backwards.
For example, GetFragment(2,"_","SheldonCooper_ABC_DEF_GHI") will return DEF. 

IncludeTrailingPathDelimiter("file_path") 
Accepts the value of "File_path", while including the delimiter (\, for example) at the end of the string. 

Pos(x,y) 
X is the text that you are looking for. Y is the text that you are searching in. Returns the position of x inside y. If x cannot be found in y, the return value is 0. 

PositionInText("text1","text2",StartingPosition,N) 
PositionInText returns the position of a string within another string. Text1 = the text for which you are searching Text2 = the text in which you are searching StartingPoint = the position at which to start searching (1,2,3...etc.) N = the Nth occurrence for the string for which you are searching (1 for 1st occurrence, 2 for 2nd occurrence, etc.)
For example =PositionInText("d","abcdefgabcdefg",1,1) would return 4 because the first occurrence (N=1) of "d" occurs at position 4. =PositionInText("d","abcdefgabcdefg",1,2) would return 11 because the second occurrence (N=2) of "d" occurs at position 11.
This function would return a "0" if no occurrence can be found. 

RemoveSpaces(x) 
Removes the spaces from the text x, and returns the resulting text. 

RemoveText(x,y,RemoveAll) 
This function will remove the string x from y. RemoveAll will equal True or False depending on whether only the first occurrence is to be removed. For example, =RemoveText("def","abcdefg",True) will return abcg. 

ReplaceText(x,y,z,RemoveAll) 
This function will replace the string x with the string y located within the string z. RemoveAll will equal True or False depending on whether only the first occurrence is to be removed. For example, =ReplaceText("def","xyz","abcdefg",True) will return abcxyzg. 

x+y 
If x and y are both text (i.e., strings), returns the concatenation of x with y. 

Trim 
Removes spaces before and after a string of text. For example, =Trim(" abcd efgh ") will return abcd efgh 
Operator 
Description 

ChiSquareTest([number1,...],[number2,...]) 
Performs the Chisquared goodness of fit test to test if data is coming from specific distribution. The first parameter is an array of observed frequencies, the second parameter is an array of estimated (theoretical) frequencies.
This function returns the probability of observing the given result by chance given that the null hypothesis is true, where the null hypothesis is that the distribution in the first array is the same as the distribution in the second array.
The FCS Express implementation of this function is a right tailed test. 
FTest([number1,...],[number2,...]) 
Performs FTest by comparing number1 and number2 standard deviations. The parameters are the first and the second data set. 
GrubbsTest([number1,...]) 
Performs the Grubbs test for outliers. Test is used to detect outliers in a univariate data set. It is based on the assumption of normality. That is, you should first verify that your data can be reasonably approximated by a normal distribution before applying the Grubbs' test. The parameter is the data set. 
KSTest([number1,...],[number2,...]) 
Performs twosample KolmogorovSmirnov goodness of fit test of independent random samples Data1 and Data2. Test determines if Data1 and Data2 samples are drawn from the same continuous population. The parameters are the first and the second data set. 
KSTest2([number1,...],[number1,...], tails, significance) 
Performs twosample KolmogorovSmirnov goodness of fit test of independent random samples Data1 and Data2. Test determines if Data1 and Data2 samples are drawn from the same continuous population. The parameters are the first and the second data set, the hypothesis type ("TWO_TAILED", "LEFT_TAILED" or "RIGHT_TAILED" (not case sensitive and requires quotes)), and significant level for which to test. For example, 0.05. 
LillieforsTest([number1,...]) 
Performs the Lilliefors goodness of fit test to a normal distribution with unknown parameters mu and sigma. The parameter is the data set. 
MannWhitney([number1,...],[number1,...],hypothesis type,alpha, use normal approximation) 
The Mann Whitney test is a nonparametric test of the null hypothesis that two samples come from populations of equal means, against an alternative hypothesis, especially that a particular population has a larger mean than the other one. It operates under the assumption that all the observations from both groups are independent of each other. (Credit: Wikipedia)
The variables for the functions are as follows:
[Number1.....]  Comma separated values from the 1st data set. [Number2.....]  comma separated values from the 2nd data set. Hypothesis Type  TWO_TAILED, LEFT_TAILED or RIGHT_TAILED (not case sensitive) Alpha  the significance level for which to test. For example, 0.05. Use Normal Approximation  True/False 
PercentilePlot(Plot Number, Axis, Overlay Number, kth Percentile) 
Returns the kth percentile of the distribution displayed in a plot. Plot Number  Must be an integer value greater than, or equal to, 1. Axis  Must be a text string (in quotes) between “X”, “X axis”, “XAxis”, “Y”, “Y axis”, or “YAxis”. Overlay Number  Must be an integer value greater than, or equal to, 1. Percentile  Is the percentile (inclusive) of interest. Must be an integer value between 0 and 100. 
SSMD(mean max,mean min,n max,n min,SDmax,SDmin) 
Short for Strictly Standardized Mean Difference. Has been used as a ranking metric for hit selection in high throughput screening assays. 
StainIndex(positive population mean/median, negative population mean/median, negative population standard deviation). 
Performs a stain index calculation using the means/medians of positive and negative populations and the negative population standard deviation based on the Stain Index formula of (Median of Positive  Median of Negative) / (SD of Negative * 2). 
TTest1S([number1,...],expected mean) 
Performs the one sample Ttest. It compares Data mean value with the expected mean. The first parameter is the data set. 
TTest2S([number1,...],[number2,...],tails,paired) 
It compares Number1 mean value with Number2 mean value. The assumption is Number1 and Number2 variances are equal, but unknown. The first 2 parameters are the first and the second data sets. Tails parameter can be 1 or 2. It is used to define the type of null hypothesis, a value of 1 means left tailed, a value of 2 means two tailed. Paired can be True or False. If True, it will perform TwoSample Paired tTest. If False, it will perform TwoSample Pooled (unpaired) tTest. 
Wilcoxon([number1,...],[number1,...],hypothesis type,alpha) 
The Wilcoxon test is a nonparametric test that compares two paired groups. The test calculates the difference between each set of pairs and analyzes these differences. The Wilcoxon Rank Sum test can be used to test the null hypothesis that two populations have the same continuous distribution. (credit: Investopedia)
The variables for the functions are as follows:
[Number1.....]  Comma separated values from the 1st data set. [Number2.....]  comma separated values from the 2nd data set. Hypothesis Type  TWO_TAILED, LEFT_TAILED or RIGHT_TAILED (not case sensitive) Alpha  the significance level for which to test, for example, 0.05. 
ZPrime(mean negative,SD negative,mean positive,SD positive) 
The ZPrime function is used to calculate the Z Factor. The Zfactor is an attempt to quantify the suitability of a particular assay for use in a fullscale, highthroughput screen by comparing the Mean and Standard Deviation of a negative control to the Mean and Standard Deviation of a positive control within the experiment. 
ZTest([number1,...],expected mean,expected SD) 
Compares the normally distributed Data elements mean value with known standard deviation expected SD, to a mean value expected mean. ([Number1,...]) is the data set. 
Date and Time Manipulation Functions
Function 
Description 

DateKWToDate($DATE keyword,n) 
Takes the standardized format of the $DATE keyword, which is in either ddmmmyy or ddmmmyyyy format, and returns mm/dd/yyyy. If $DATE has the year listed as yy, n will be placed in front of yy to produce yyyy. A keyword token will be used to insert the value of $DATE.
For example if the $DATE keyword equals 03Nov05, DateKWToDate($DATE,20) will return 11/03/2005.
If the year is already formatted as yyyy, the function will still return mm/dd/yyyy. If the year is already formatted as yyyy, n must still be accounted for in the function.
For example, if $DATE keyword equals 04Jul2008, DateKWToDate($DATE,20) will return 07/04/2008. Also, DateKWToDate($DATE,0) will return 07/04/2008. 
DaysBetween(StartDate,EndDate) 
Returns the number of days between the values entered for the Start Date and End Date. Dates in anything other than a mm/dd/yyyy format will need to be run through DateKWToDate and/or FormatDateTime prior to being used within this function. 
FormatDateTime("format","Date or Time") 
FormatDateTime formats the Time or Date value given by using the format given.
Example: =FormatDateTime("yyyymmdd",(<Current Date token>)) will return the Current Date in a format showing YearMonthDay, with 2 digits for the month and day, and 4 digits for the year. =FormatDateTime("hh:mm:ss",(<Current Time token>)) will return the Current Time in a format showing Hour:Minute:Second, with 2 digits for Hour, Minute and Second.
*Please note that if using the <Current Date> token, no quotation marks are needed, as the Result Type for this token is Text.
Formats can be as follows below:
Specifier Displays : c Displays the date using the format given by the ShortDateFormat global variable, followed by the time using the format given by the LongTimeFormat global variable. The time is not displayed if the datetime value indicates midnight precisely. d Displays the day as a number without a leading zero (131). dd Displays the day as a number with a leading zero (0131). ddd Displays the day as an abbreviation (SunSat) using the strings given by the ShortDayNames global variable. dddd Displays the day as a full name (SundaySaturday) using the strings given by the LongDayNames global variable. ddddd Displays the date using the format given by the ShortDateFormat global variable. dddddd Displays the date using the format given by the LongDateFormat global variable. e (Windows only) Displays the year in the current period/era as a number without a leading zero (Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese locales only). ee (Windows only) Displays the year in the current period/era as a number with a leading zero (Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese locales only). g (Windows only) Displays the period/era as an abbreviation (Japanese and Taiwanese locales only). gg (Windows only) Displays the period/era as a full name (Japanese and Taiwanese locales only). m Displays the month as a number without a leading zero (112). If the m specifier immediately follows an h or hh specifier, the minute rather than the month is displayed. mm Displays the month as a number with a leading zero (0112). If the mm specifier immediately follows an h or hh specifier, the minute rather than the month is displayed. mmm Displays the month as an abbreviation (JanDec) using the strings given by the ShortMonthNames global variable. mmmm Displays the month as a full name (JanuaryDecember) using the strings given by the LongMonthNames global variable. yy Displays the year as a twodigit number (0099). yyyy Displays the year as a fourdigit number (00009999). h Displays the hour without a leading zero (023). hh Displays the hour with a leading zero (0023). n Displays the minute without a leading zero (059). nn Displays the minute with a leading zero (0059). s Displays the second without a leading zero (059). ss Displays the second with a leading zero (0059). z Displays the millisecond without a leading zero (0999). zzz Displays the millisecond with a leading zero (000999). t Displays the time using the format given by the ShortTimeFormat global variable. tt Displays the time using the format given by the LongTimeFormat global variable. am/pm Uses the 12hour clock for the preceding h or hh specifier, and displays 'am' for any hour before noon, and 'pm' for any hour after noon. The am/pm specifier can use lower, upper, or mixed case, and the result is displayed accordingly. a/p Uses the 12hour clock for the preceding h or hh specifier, and displays 'a' for any hour before noon, and 'p' for any hour after noon. The a/p specifier can use lower, upper, or mixed case, and the result is displayed accordingly. ampm Uses the 12hour clock for the preceding h or hh specifier, and displays the contents of the TimeAMString global variable for any hour before noon, and the contents of the TimePMString global variable for any hour after noon. / Displays the date separator character given by the DateSeparator global variable. : Displays the time separator character given by the TimeSeparator global variable. 'xx'/"xx" Characters enclosed in single or double quotation marks are displayed as such, and do not affect formatting. 
HoursBetween(start time,end time) 
Counts the number of hours between the start time and the end time. The keywords $BTIM or $ETIM can be used for the start and end times. However, userdefined times would need to be fed through the StrToTimeFMT function prior to use in this function to establish the proper formatting. 
MillisecondsBetween(start time,end time) 
Counts the number of milliseconds between the start time and the end time. The keywords $BTIM or $ETIM can be used for the start and end times. However, userdefined times would need to be fed through the StrToTimeFMT function prior to use in this function to establish the proper formatting. 
MinutesBetween(start time,end time) 
Counts the number of minutes between the start time and the end time. The keywords $BTIM or $ETIM can be used for the start and end times. However, userdefined times would need to be fed through the StrToTimeFMT function prior to use in this function to establish the proper formatting. 
SecondsBetween(start time,end time) 
Counts the number of seconds between the start time and the end time. The keywords $BTIM or $ETIM can be used for the start and end times. However, userdefined times would need to be fed through the StrToTimeFMT function prior to use in this function to establish the proper formatting. 
StrToDateFMT(text, "format", "delimiter") 
Returns a date string in the format as defined by the user, using the specifier displays as seen in FormatDateTime("format","Date or Time") of ddmmyyyy using the delimiter designated, such as "/". 
StrToTimeFMT(text, "time delimiter", "millisecond delimiter") 
Returns a time string using a time delimiter and a millisecond delimiter. 
YearsBetween(Start Date,End Date) 
Returns the number of years between the values entered for the Start Date and End Date. Dates in anything other than a mm/dd/yyyy format will need to be run through DateKWToDate and/or FormatDateTime prior to being used within this function. 
Regression. These function allow to fit several regression functions and to calculate the corresponding results. Two of those functions allow to retrieve the X (or the Y) value for a given Y (or a given X) from a Scatter with Regression plot fit.
Function 
Description 

RegressionPlotXToY(Plot Number, Overlay Number, X Value) 
The three mandatory parameters are the Plot Number of a regression plot (numeric), the Overlay Number of a regression fit (numeric) and the X known value (numeric). The function returns the Y value of the regression function given the X input value. Only a single input X value is allowed. 
RegressionPlotYToX(Plot Number, Overlay Number, Y Value) 
The three mandatory parameters are the Plot Number of a regression plot (numeric), the Overlay Number of a regression fit (numeric) and the Y known value (numeric). The function returns the X value of the regression function given the Y input value. Only a single input Y value is allowed. 
SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) Functions. These functions can be used to derive information from SOP's.
Function 
Description 

HasSOPBeenRun 
Returns true or false in the form of 1 (True) or 0 (False) to determine if any SOP has been previously run in the layout. 
IsSOPAfterStep(StepID) 
Returns true or false in the form of 1 (True) or 0 (False) to determine the current SOP step is after a specific SOP Internal Step ID. 
IsSOPBeforeStep(StepID) 
Returns true or false in the form of 1 (True) or 0 (False) to determine the current SOP step is before a specific SOP Internal Step ID. 
IsSOPFinished 
Returns true or false in the form of 1 (True) or 0 (False) to determine if the SOP has finished running in the layout. 
IsSOPOnStep(StepID) 
Returns true or false in the form of 1 (True) or 0 (False) to determine if the running SOP is currently on a specific SOP Internal Step ID. 
IsSOPRunning 
Returns true or false in the form of 1 (True) or 0 (False) to determine if an SOP is currently running. 
Function 
Description 

InterpolateColors("startColor","endColor",fraction) 
Returns a color in Hex color code based on fraction between two other colors. Start Color and End Color may be any written color names, ie Red, Green, Gray, or any Hex Color Code, ie #FF0000, #008000, #808080. The color may also be chosen from a color palette by right clicking in the formula reference area and choosing Insert Color. Fraction may be any value between 0 and 1 with 0 being the start color and 1 being the end color. By including a token such as % gated as the numerator in a formula of (%gated/100) one can achieve a specific color associated with a percent gated based on a gradient between the start and end color. The Interpolate Color result can then be used to color any object or fill that allows a token for the color, for instance, Background/Fill of objects. 
Parameter Math Variables. These functions can be used to manipulate or get information out of existing parameter values.
Function 
Description 

Row 
The variable 'row' describes the current value in a particular row, or cell number, of the data file. ‘Row’ may be used to perform sequential calculations on a series of values in a file. For example, 'row' may be used to create a time parameter. By using the 'row' variable, you use the cell number as a parameter and can plot fluorescence against cell number to check for uniform flow over time. Or, if the acquisition took 5 minutes and you have 5000 cells you could use the following formula to get the actual time (in minutes) where that cell was acquired. Formula: =(row1)*(5/5000) 
ConvertLinToLog(I,J,K,L) 
Same as above, except that variable I will use the Parameter number that is being converted, for example P4 or P14. 
ConvertLogToLin(I,J,K,L) 
Same as above, except that variable I will use the Parameter number that is being converted, for example P4 or P14. 
System Functions. These functions can be used to derive information about the current user's Security Group.
Function 
Description 
IsCurrentUserMemberOf("GroupName") 
Returns true or false in the form of 1 (True) or 0 (False) to determine if the user belongs to the defined Security Group listed in place of "GroupName" in the parentheses. 
Channel Calibration Functions. These functions can be used to derive information about channel calibrations applied within a layout or to a specified plot.
Function 
Description 
ChannelCalibrationDetailsLayout(CalibNum,"Details",Precision) 
CalibNum is the Index number of a given calibration as seen in the Calibration Information dialog window.
Details are the specific pieces of information the user can extract from a channel calibration. The user will enter a letter (or letters) from the list below to define output information. Letters should be entered between quotes in the formula with no spacing between for multiple details, for instance "A" will return Antibodies, "AES" will return AntibodiesEquationStatus.
A: Antibodies  Determines the absolute value of fluorescent ligands labeling each cell. C: Correlation  Displays how closely the equation fits the actual data, with a value of 1 being a perfect fit. D: Decades  Represents the number of decades of dynamic range your instrument is capable of measuring. E: Equation  is the linear regression formula that was used to calibrate the channels. M: MinAb  Is the minimum number of fluorochromes you are able to resolve. P: Parameter  Displays the parameter the channel calibration applies to. R: Ratio  Refers to the dye molecules:antibody ratio S: Status  Indicates whether this calibration is active or inactive for the selected calibration. Y: DyeMolecules  The correlation of the channel number to the number of dye molecules per bead established from the standard curve.
Precision can be adjusted by the user to determine the decimal precision of the channel calibration output. Values should be positive whole numbers, eg, 1, 2, 3.

ChannelCalibrationDetailsPlot(PlotNum,"Axis","Details",Precision) 
PlotNum designates the plot by number that has the channel calibration applied. Plot number can be discerned by hovering the mouse over the plot to return the plot number.
Axis can be entered as "x" or "y" to indicate which axis of the plot to extract information from a parameter that currently has a calibration applied.
Details are the specific pieces of information the user can extract from a channel calibration. The user will enter a letter (or letters) from the list below to define output information. Letters should be entered between quotes in the formula with no spacing between for multiple details, for instance "A" will return Antibodies, "AES" will return AntibodiesEquationStatus.
A: Antibodies  Determines the absolute value of fluorescent ligands labeling each cell. C: Correlation  Displays how closely the equation fits the actual data, with a value of 1 being a perfect fit. D: Decades  Represents the number of decades of dynamic range your instrument is capable of measuring. E: Equation  is the linear regression formula that was used to calibrate the channels. M: MinAb  Is the minimum number of fluorochromes you are able to resolve. P: Parameter  Displays the parameter the channel calibration applies to. R: Ratio  Refers to the dye molecules:antibody ratio S: Status  Indicates whether this calibration is active or inactive for the selected calibration. Y: DyeMolecules  The correlation of the channel number to the number of dye molecules per bead established from the standard curve.
Precision can be adjusted by the user to determine the decimal precision of the channel calibration output. Values should be positive whole numbers, eg, 1, 2, 3. 