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Lead Discovery powered by TIBCO Spotfire

Lead Discovery transforms TIBCO Spotfire into the premiere platform for chemical analytics. Import, filter by, and interpret chemical structures alongside other relevant data in a highly visual and interactive environment.

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    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.

    Comparative Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient analysis can be easily performed using the interactive visualization tools in TIBCO Spotfire.

    This visualization is an example of a dashboard designed to support the development of new catalysts to optimise a manufacturing process in the oil and gas industry. New catalysts are synthesised and submitted to the chemical Registration for checking if the chemical structure is unique, upon which it is given a unique identification/batch ID number. The catalyst is then subjected to a series of tests, each conducted by disparate users acround the environment. Tests include chemical proeprty testing and calculations, stability testing, particle size analysis and testing of production runs, varying the process parameters within the run. These tests are all collected within experiments in the E-Notebook.