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    Advances in polymer manufacturing have resulted in a complex array of testing requirements. Ranging from mechanical testing such as Notched Izod impact testing and Melt Flow analysis to complex elemental analysis using chromatography, companies are faced with mountains of data.

    Academics can be split in three groups based on their software needs and interests.

    QA/QC laboratories play a critical role in any organization, providing the testing and the results that are needed to control manufacturing processes and to ensure the quality of raw materials, in process samples and finished goods. Time is of the essence, accuracy is critical and the laboratory must be sure that processes and procedures are carried out and fully documented in a manner that supports regulatory compliance.

    “TIBCO Spotfire gives users the freedom to explore and gain insights from their results, freeing them from daily tasks like collection, classification, storage, and endless worksheets of biochemical and biological data.”

    The effective integration of data and knowledge from many disparate sources is crucial to science.

    SciStream™ enables the import, aggregation, and arrangement of raw instrument data and metadata files in TIBCO Spotfire software.

    TIBCO Spotfire enables scientists to incorporate R into their analyses. Spotfire has an engine with the name ...

    Genomics data analyses that explore multi-platform, multi-technologies and integrate the expression and differential ...

    Interrogating High Content Analysis results at a single cell level can uncover hidden information and generate better data. It is particular valuable for investigating subpopulations within your study. Spotfire can analyze single cell or population data at a screening level as well as individual well level. See how you can interact with your HCS cell data with Spotfire and perform flow-like analysis like gating and filtering.

    We present an overview of the OmicsOffice Data Integration tool where researchers can quickly integrate and compare genomics results. Specifically, we will examine data from an Illumina RNASeq experiment and compare its ability to identify differentially expressed genes from Affymetrix microarray results

    Animal studies are generally conducted for a longer duration, generally three to six months, and are conducted using multiple doses. The purpose of these studies is to determine target-organ toxicity, to determine the effects of prolonged dosing, and to help establish margins of safety for food additives and drugs. At the end of a study all animals are autopsied, with complete gross and microscopic examination of tissues. Complete blood chemistries are evaluated and an overall clinical assessment is made on each animal. These studies are usually conducted under the Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) guidelines

    We address these challenges using OmicsOffice®, an extension to TIBCO Spotfire® focused on genomics data analysis. OmicsOffice makes it easy to analyze and integrate microarray, PCR, RNA-Seq and Chip-Seq data to identify significant targets that were validated across many platforms and technologies.

    Cleanrooms (such as those found in the Biopharmaceutical, Semiconductor and Pharmaceutical industries) are designed to ensure that the concentration of particles (contaminants) is kept within specified limits.

    Motor oil, as well as other engine fluids such as hydraulic fuel, are critical components in today’s engines and impact reliability, efficiency and fuel consumption.

    - In this demo DXP file, the scientist is analyzing multi-plexed ELISA data obtained from clinical trails Subject's blood samples. By integrating traditional clinical labs data with translational research labs data and clinical therapeutic response assessments, the scientist is able to derive novel insights into the relationship between the amount of drug in the Subject's blood, the degree of biological effect, and clinical response.

    Learn how TIBCO Spotfire combined with data captured in iLab can enable deep analysis of the quality and consistency of food and beverage products.

    TIBCO Spotfire allows for rapid and dynamic analysis of complex data sets including those found in the field of wastewater treatment. By using advanced data visualization techniques, treatment plants are able to focus on critical aspects related to incoming and outgoing water conditions and adjust treatment processes in response to the ever-changing nature of the waste stream. Since cities and towns rely on a consistent and safe water supply, the effectiveness of water treatment plants is a critical concern. TIBCO Spotfire allows rapid evaluation and response and enables plant operators to react more quickly and efficiently.

    The following visualization provides a dashboard of a variety of material science based data being collected around a common unique identifier such as a sample ID. All the data shown was collected in the E-Notebook from a variety of experiments from a variety of different researchers.

    The following data visualizations are designed to provide insight into the key performance metrics associated with samples generated within a QC laboratory. Analyses include an overview of the number and type of samples completed, a geographic break-down of the samples, an evaluation of the time required to complete testing, a detailed review of analyst utilization and a cost estimate for charges associated with completion of testing. Please note that testing results are excluded from this analysis as this evaluation is primarily focused on those data associated with laboratory management and enhancing overall efficiency.

    TIBCO Spotfire helps collect and correlate data from primary, secondary and tertiary screening assays.

    The visualizations on this page give an overview of the compound library tested against different GPCR's (CXCR4, GRPR and NMB-R) cloned from a variety of species like mouse, rat or human.

    For this example the primary screening data is the validated data captured in the database of PerkinElmer's E-Notebook and Spotfire is pulling the data from the E-Notebook ORACLE database.

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