Signals Screening is an intuitive, configurable, and flexible screening workflow processing engine on top of the unparalleled data visualization and analysis capabilities of TIBCO Spotfire. The initial offering of Signals Screening addresses three key drug discovery assays:
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From plate readers to high content data to SPR, Signals Screening processes raw data from multiple instrument sources, so scientists only need to learn one software package for all their data analysis needs. This one platform allows data comparisons from different experiments and instruments increasing confidence that the results are real. Templates can be saved for procedures that are run over and over providing a nearly automated analysis decreasing repetition and increasing the consistency of data processing day to day, within groups and across departments. Analyzing raw data directly output from an instrument means less data wrangling, cutting and pasting, decreasing chances for human error. Custom integration with electronic notebooks or corporate databases further increases data integrity.
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