Dotmatics - Studies Data Screening Software
Studies is an innovative screening data management solution, with a completely web-based interface and unrivalled flexibility which allows the creation, capture, analysis and storage of chemical, biological and ad-hoc research data.
Studies lets you design your experiments for plate or non-plate based assays and process your raw instrument data through biological analysis types including %inh, IC/EC50, KI, user-defined analyses, and many more. Once the data is analysed and uploaded to the database everything is query and reportable including plots.
- Accessible – Web based therefore offering convenient access from any location.
- Ease of use – Incorporates a simple user interface for users and admins.
- Integrated – With Browser and Vortex with data instantly being made available in our solutions or third party tools.
- Automated – Works with Gateway to provide live reporting to users and links to Register to allow automated screening workflows.
- Time saving – users can manage requests for work.
- Versatile – Designed for all types of study management;
- Screening – plate and non-plate based assays
- %inh, IC/EC50, KI, user-defined analysis.
- Capture and efficiently store images from image analysis.
- Ad-hoc studies, therefore simple enough to use for storing unique studies without the need to generate protocols.
- Chemistry studies to capture chemical structure and experimental information.
- In vivo, therefore define document templates to be completed for each study.
- Ability to capture all data related to an experiment, whether structured or unstructured.
- All data is captured in a highly scalable and extensible data model.
- By default data is stored in an Oracle database.
- Can capture all associated data with a study, for example in documents, reports or as raw data.
- Validation where the option to choose pass and fail criteria at all stages is available and allows counter validation before publishing.
- Curves, fits and underlying parameters are automatically stored in the database.