Vernier Spectral Analysis®

Vernier Spectral Analysis®

Vernier Spectral Analysis®

Collect, analyze, and share spectrometer data with our free app for Chrome™, iOS, Android™, Windows®, and macOS™.

  • Windows
  • Mac


Our free Spectral Analysis app makes it easy to incorporate spectroscopy into your biology and chemistry labs. Using the app, students can collect a full spectrum and explore topics such as Beer’s law, enzyme kinetics, and plant pigments.

The user-friendly interface walks the students through the data-collection process and includes analysis features such as curve fitting and data interpolation.

See sample experiment downloads, a list of supported instrumentation, and instructional screencasts.


  • Follow on-screen instructions for simplified Beer’s law or kinetics data collection.
  • Collect full spectrum absorbance or % transmittance data in less than one second.
  • Analyze data with built-in analysis tools, including data interpolation and curve fittings.
  • Determine the order of kinetics reaction with the calculated columns function.
  • Understand color transmission using the color strip shown on full spectrum graphs.
  • Use Advanced Full Spectrum Mode to teach students the direct relationship between absorbance and % transmittance or observe a Stokes shift.


See a full list of compatible spectrometers, including supported discontinued spectrometers.

System Requirements

Computer running Windows 7 or Windows 10 version 1809 or newer. Only Windows 10 computers with compatible Bluetooth® radios will support Bluetooth connections.
Computer running macOS 10.11, 10.12, 10.13, 10.14, 10.15, or 11. USB and Bluetooth.
Chromebook running ChromeOS 80 or newer. USB and Bluetooth.
iOS Devices
Devices running iOS or iPadOS 12, 13, and 14. See information about apps for older iOS operating systems.
Android Devices
Graphical Analysis with Go Direct support requires Android 9 or newer.


Educational use only: Vernier products are designed for educational use. They are not appropriate for industrial, medical, or commercial applications.