​Video tutorials are the ideal starting point for scientists who want to get started learning how to use HDIP and for scientists interested in purchasing HDIP. The support section of this site has been expanded with more Q&A and tutorials. If you can't find the answer on the support section, you can press CTRL+H in HDIP to open the User Manual​. Get started with HDIP using the documentation provided online. Further support is provided through our community forum and direct email-support.

Tutorial Videos

These clips below give a slow and deep tutorial on running through some of the basic features in HDIP. They are designed for novice users for the software and try to explain every step of the process. You can find the tutorial that’s best for you by browsing the titles and brief descriptions next to each clip. If you have any suggestions on topics which you would like to see a tutorial on, feel free to contact the administrators on the forum.

​Importing Data

In this two-part tutorial we are describing in-depth how to import ICP-MS and laser log files into HDIP. The first part shows in detail which settings can be changed during the import process and how the file manager can be used to browse for files. Note that the import procedure was changed in the release of v1.3.0.

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​Gas Background Correction Model

In this tutorial, a detailed walk-through of the Background Model tool in HDIP 1.5+ is provided. This tutorial shows how to deal with a gas background which changes dynamically over time. This module was updated in v1.5.0.​​



LaOptimize Tool

In this tutorial, a quick walk-through of the LaOptimize tool is provided. This tutorial shows how the FW0.1M of the SPR is measured, and how this data is used to find the optimum imaging parameters based on a test measurement.



​​Feature Demonstrations

The clips below demonstrate a number of new features within HDIP.

​Demo Spot Calibration

This is a quick demonstration of single spot analysis processing in HDIP.​


Creating a 3D volume

This short walkthrough shows how to create a stack of images (a 3D volume) by combining multiple 2D images.