These data were derived using the not-detected peak values (listed as 0s) included in the whole sum, and also with the not-detected peak values. Those data without the missing values are indicated with a “yellow” color in the cell.
I am actually glad that the data dont change much regardless of whether it includes the 6 dodecamers, or the 8 dodecamers, or the missing values, clearly the data are pretty stable.
Images below (top two image are the summary of all the trimers counted (six, and eight trimers). Peak 5, (color has been pink in every post for the last two years) is a thin and low peak which is present in Values include each trimer plot as well as the dodecamers as single entities (n=6 and n=8). 72.5 (six dodecamers) and 74.4 % (eight dodecamers) of the time, peak 5 is detectable. A nice round number for the width of peak 5 is 5nm.
Each dodecamer is treated separately and data are listed below the summary tables.