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Optimum Multiparameter Model in Matlab code to solve the mixing of water masses in the North and South Atlantic ocean based on GOSHIP cruises with available Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) data. Data below 250 dbar and colder than 14ºC are considered. The scripts solve the mixing of central, intermediate, deep and bottom waters crossed by the GOSHIP lines (A22-2012, A20-2012, A13.5-2010, A16N-2013, A16S-2013). INPUT variables are the comprised within a matlab file (OMP_ATL_DOM.mat) containing hydrographic and biogeochemical data as provided in the OCADS repository for Repeat Hydrography. The OUTPUT is generated in the file OMP_RESULTS.xlsx containing self explaining names of the output variables. A detailed explanation of the OMP settings, constraints and results to analyse and check is given in the linked Global Biogeochemical Cycles manuscript. To inititate the OMP analysis just run "Megaprograma.m", the analysis will start and when ending the results will appear in the xlsx file.