The Automated Mass Spectral Deconvolution and Identification System (AMDIS) is a computer program that extracts spectra for individual components in a GC/MS data file and identifies target compounds by matching these spectra against a reference library. It was developed at NIST with support from the United States Department of Defense and is freely available.
To access this software connect to the Windows systems following the instructions on the Windows Systems webpage. The software can be found under Start -> All Programs -> AMDIS. The manual can also be found in the Start Menu folder.