batch analysis

batch analysis

An analysis in which all of the samples collected for a specific, nonemergent assay undergo the same testing process at the same time or sequentially. By contrast, samples collected for stat analyses are not saved in batches. These analyses are performed instead whenever individual specimens are received.
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Latest version of the award-winning software introduces Apps, a new Color Chooser, Smart Plotting with Cloneable Graph Templates, Batch Analysis by Cloning Active Workbook and Batch Reports using Microsoft Word templates
The Analyzer Must Meet The Following Minimum Requirements: A Discrete, Selective Photometric Analyzer Capable Of Either Random Access Or Batch Analysis In Drinking Water.
With this enhanced ETL offering, Jaspersoft uniquely offers CIOs, data scientists, and BI Builders the flexibility of three options to harness Big Data: direct reporting, direct real-time analysis, and batch analysis through ETL data mart access.
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Improved batch analysis, translate and cleanup functionality.
X-weigh supports a comprehensive reports package showing trends, give-away and batch analysis.
While MVA plays an important role in a PAT deployment, a plant historian based solution allows for multiple types of analysis like SPC trending, batch analysis, and process capability tracking.
Analysis forms are typically used to tabulate common information about the batch analysis, such as reagent and sample lot numbers, calibration information, and so forth.
Umetrics PAT Suite is for off-line and on-line continuous flow and batch analysis for pilot and full-scale drug manufacturing (see IBO 9/30/05).
Company offers a compact, versatile MiniZeta laboratory mill that is designed for small batch analysis, portable and simple to operate.
There is, however, a limitation in this approach of batch analysis.
Historical data collected during drilling cycles provide optional capability for later batch analysis.