ICR Software

Use these software programs to analyze and interpret mass spectrometric data, whether collected at the MagLab or elsewhere.

Porg OfficialPetroOrg ©

Developed at Florida State University in partnership with the Future Fuels Institute and the MagLab, PetroOrg is a chemically intelligent, state-of-the-art software developed specifically for petroleum data analysis acquired from mass spectrometry. Among its abilities are the automated, unequivocal elemental composition assignment for thousands of mass spectral peaks, automated generation of classic Petroleomics diagrams, automated report construction and much more. This software is available for free to ICR users to use for their experiments and is available for purchase to companies.

Download PetroOrg Installer (130 MB)

Tutorial videos are can be found here


An R package and web application that expands on the results of top-down proteomic analyses generated by TDPortal or ProSightPD. Protein and proteoform identifications contained in a .tdReport file are analyzed, reformatted and supplemented with data from the UniProt and Gene Ontology knowledgebases, facilitating downstream analysis. Users can generate a custom, self-contained report in a widely compatible .html format, and use the application to visualize pre-fractionated or multiple-replicate data using UpSet plots, intersection degree plots, Waffle plots and heatmaps. These visualizations are useful for evaluation of prefractionation performance and were developed for use with the PEPPI-MS method.

64 bit Predator SWIFT Generator

Predator SWIFT Generator software allows one to create advanced ion manipulation waveforms through the use of inverse Fourier Transform techniques.

64 bit Predator Analysis

Predator Analysis allows one to analyze data collected with Predator Data Acquisition offline and interpret the results

Molecular Formula Calculator

Molecular Formula Calculator allows the user to calculate a list of possible molecular formulas for a given mass, elemental constraints, and maximum allowed error.

Last modified on 15 January 2021