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Data Analysis

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

Five Digitalization Tips

| Richard Lee | 3 min read

And why automating workflows in analytical data management is crucial

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

Supporting Chromatography Everywhere – Even Mars

| Sponsored by DataApex | 4 min read

How a combination of serendipity and a spike of post-communist innovation led to the birth of DataApex

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

Unleash Your Data

| Arne Kusserow, Robin B. Shore, Carolin Witte | 6 min read

How converters and connectors translate locked instrument data into harmonized formats and create bi-directional interfaces with software systems

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

Operational Simplicity = Laboratory Efficiency

| Peter Zipfell | 3 min read

Laboratories must find new ways to simplify operations, integrate instruments and techniques, and automate workflows

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

Mass Spectrometry Supplement 2022: Applied Ingenuity

Our annual Mass Spectrometry Supplement explores application notes from leading companies spanning the breadth of MS research

Techniques & Tools Data Analysis

Integrity in the Balance

| Mitesh Chhana, Sebastian Weber

If you want to avoid costly and reputation-damaging failed inspections, shut-downs or product recalls, maintaining data integrity is crucial

Techniques & Tools Technology

Welcome to the Lab of the Future

| Arne Kusserow | 7 min read

Introducing AnIML and SiLA: community-supported, interoperable data and communication standards that can be seamlessly combined

Fields & Applications Data Analysis

Let’s Make Data FAIR Millipore

| Frauke Leitner

Embracing accessible, community-supported, interoperable data standards is key to delivering on the promise of Open Science

Techniques & Tools Capillary Electrophoresis

Understanding ESI

How exactly do neutral molecules become protonated in electrospray ionization mass spectrometry?

Business & Education Data Analysis

No Prize for Second Place?

| Meriem Gaida

We should all focus on data quality by sticking to the four Cs: consistency, correctness, completeness, and credibility


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