Posted by: John H. Jones | March 7, 2010

How well does your LIMS do reporting and data extraction & analysis?

One of the main purposes of having a laboratory is to generate data and subsequently, information for customers of the laboratory.  Data is usually the raw analytical elements and quality control associated with the analysis.  With this, the lab compiles this data into meaningful information that the customers of the laboratory use to make intelligent decisions.

Given this fundamental purpose of the laboratory, it is reasonable to place a great deal of importance on reporting, data extraction, data analysis and data mining to correlate information and patterns and to provide analytical results in a form that allows the customers to make informed decision and to take actions on that information.

Take this short survey to describe how important reporting and data extraction and analysis is to your lab:

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