Biological algorithms for data analysis Bill Weaver, Ph.D. Happy New Year and welcome to this column sporting the new title "Data Acquisition and Analysis." Well, it's not exactly a brand-new title. The old title simply sprouted a tail of "and Analysis.
IMSL Auto_ARIMA algorithm removes manual processing and expert analysis requirements Sean FitzGerald Finance, telecommunications, and manufacturing are just a few industries that are constantly looking for ways to build faster and more effective forecasting applications.
ProteinShop gives researchers pinpoint control Horst D. Simon The Human Genome Project and other biological research efforts are creating an avalanche of new data about the chemical makeup and genetic codes of living organisms.
Some considerations before deciding to switch ports Thomas Lutz RS232 serial ports have been around since the very first PCs as a way for software to communicate with external devices.
Image informatics — the next step in imaging Dean Sequera Image informatics is the process of mining information and refining knowledge derived from images.
By way of introduction, I have been doing software reviews for Scientific Computing for many years and was recently invited to write a regular column in 2004. Jumping at the chance to extol the virtues (and condemn the short comings) of our modern statistical and mathematical software, the ideas for subject matter fairly gush from my keyboard.
Do consumer-grade cameras have a place in the life science market? Brian L. Kuyatt, M.S., and Philip Merlo, M.S.B. As much fun as taking pictures may be, it is the professional presentation and analysis of scientific images that is important to scientists.
Bringing SampleManager to the enterprise Colin Thurston Global life science organizations are under increasing pressure to harmonize their business processes and are searching for ways to standardize on mission-critical computing solutions
Integrating LIMS with a scientific data management system for efficient data capture, cataloging and transfer John P. Helfrich The biopharmaceutical industry is under pressure to maintain its historical annual double-digit growth rate.
Web services have the potential to provide a standard mechanism for LIMS to work with instrument systems David Shin, M.D., Richard Wagner and Jo Webber Ph.D. In recent years, major vendors including Microsoft, IBM and SUN have focused attention on service-based architectures, such as Web Services. Products that expose Web Services via an n-tier architecture offer numerous advantages to the LIMS customer in terms of legacy compatibility, systems integration and scalability.
There are many types of systems that attempt to address the growing need to manage unstructured electronic records Michael H. Elliott Drowning in a sea of data? Nervous about 21 CFR Part 11? Worried about longer and longer product development times? Having a difficult time just finding the information you need to make decisions? Worried about the protection of your intellectual property?
A context to analyze and measure performance of LIMS in order to ensure maximum and ongoing benefit Gordon Logan Ph.D. and Simon Wood Ph.D. LIMS cross a number of business and laboratory boundaries needing to grow and to adapt constantly to change as scientific innovation and instrumentation systems progress. In addition, LIMS are specifically coupled to an expansion in data processing, knowledge management and
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