Here you can see how you should always describe you experiements
so that we can normalise the data.

The more you fill out the more efficient the UPED becomes:

For example:

Experiment Number: 342
type of PMT : 1P28 Hamamatsu japan
Distance detector to sample (mm): 150
Size of the active detector area (mm^2 or mm x mm): 24 x 8
Scanned surface / sample surface (mm^2 or mm x mm) : 6.4 mm^2
Laboratory (location also): Model Lab in Model Land
Operator (name and Email) : Joe Op Joe@modellab.xy
Sample type : ratskin
Age: 3 weeks
Filters used : 450nm long pass filter
state of the sample: shaved and in PBS
Time of dark adaptation (min): 5 min
date of the measurement: 4.5.2010
type of measurement (SPE or DL) : SPE
If DL : Illumination source / wavelenght / duration: -
DC average ± stdev : 15.3 ± 3.8
Time gate (s) : 0.1 s
Length of the measurement (s): 600 s
Publication name and Journal: UPE of rat skin. The journal for UPE research.
Comments: The rat was starving for three days before the measurement
File or the average ± stdev