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TSG 8 Setup Program

The recommended way to access the TSG8 setup program is from the Customer Licence Portal on the TSG licence server.   After registering on the server and acquiring a licence, you should have a “Downloads” tab in the portal.   (See the Licensing and Installation help for more information.)

If necessary, the TSG8 setup program may also be downloaded here.

The normal TSG8 setup program is for Windows 7 and above.  HyLogger TSG-QC users will need this setup program instead.

 

TSG 8 Licensing and Installation

A help file in Windows CHM format may be downloaded here.

 

TSG’s List of Minerals

If you are building a full or extension library to use for external unmixing in TSG then you will need to link the library’s sample names to TSG’s minerals list using "TableIndex:nn" tags.  The list of "nn"mineral indices can be downloaded here.

 

Miscellaneous documentation

TSG8 updates, April to July 2019
TSG8 updates, December 2018 to April 2019
TSG8 updates, September to December 2018
TSG8 updates, June to September 2018
TSG8 updates, March to June 2018
TSG8 updates, December 2017 to March 2018
TSG8 updates, September to November 2017
TSG8 updates, June to August 2017

Unmixing with full or extension custom libraries (June 2019)
Automatic scalar script builder tool (January 2019)
Importing ASD spectra (April 2018)
Inter-detector step correction (April 2018)
User batch-script libraries (March 2018)
Importing photos and GPS for field-spectrometer datasets (November 2017)
FXClust scalar (October 2017)
Dynamic import functionality (August 2017)

Drag & drop support in TSG
TSG8’s "headless" (unsupervised) mode
Receiving a TSG8 upgrade (for TSG7 users who qualify for free TSG8 Premium time)
Receiving a TSG8 licence from an affiliate
Installing TSG8 QC (for HyLogger operators)
How to create a TSG startup log file  (We may request one to assist in sorting out certain issues.)
An overview of unmixing with external libraries (for advanced TSG users)
The PLS calibration screen and prediction scalar (for advanced and resilient TSG users)