This node takes three pieces of information from the user, specifically the minimum m/z value, the maximum m/z value. and the bin width. This information is then used to fit the incoming data into these bins of the specified width, such that the incoming data is between the minimum and maximum inclusively. Specifically, all m/z outside of the specified range are essentially 'chopped off' of the dataset.
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