Aggregating, Analyzing and Reporting Information
News Aug 12, 2009
Symyx Technologies Inc. has announced a new online seminar for scientists involved with aggregating, analyzing and reporting R&D information from multiple experiments.
Many software applications and laboratory instruments capture and store laboratory information. A large opportunity arises to help improve R&D efficiencies can be improved if information across experiments and the organizations can be used to either design efficient experiments or focus on the relevant results the first time.
The free-of-charge 45-minute online seminar on August 20th 2009, entitled 'Accelerate your R&D with supreme efficiency', is targeted at researchers interested in learning best practices in accessing, analyzing and reporting from corporate repositories.
Participants will learn techniques to filter, analyze and report existing experimental results, aggregate summaries of essential data on-the-fly, compare and contrast spectral data and integrate report information into shareable Excel spreadsheets with spectral images.
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