LabWare Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN)
Feb 23 2016 Read 5156 Times
LabWare ELN provides experiment based, as well as LES method execution, and is designed to give the laboratory scientist the ultimate platform to electronically document their experiments including relevant scientific content and observations, instrument results, and attachments such as spectra, chromatograms, etc.
LabWare ELN works seamlessly with LabWare’s flagship product, LabWare LIMS, allowing any data within LIMS to be accessible by ELN and visa-versa. Most freestanding ELN products do not integrate well with LIMS and very often require the creation of a customised interface to achieve even simple data exchange between ELN and LIMS.
The benefit of LabWare ELN is the fully integrated interface that exists between the two systems and the simplicity by which both LIMS data and LIMS functionality can easily be shared and leveraged from within LabWare ELN.
The ability to interact with LabWare LIMS and to utilise any data or content stored in the LabWare LIMS relational database including customer-defined fields, tables, or record types is at the heart of the unique power of LabWare ELN. As the user works in LabWare ELN, they have the ability to select relevant records from LIMS to document their experiment, such as instrumentation, standards or reagents and, of course, samples and tests.
Many of today’s scientists commonly use Microsoft Excel to capture and analyse their data. Although very flexible Excel is inherently unable to provide an audit trail or is searchable being a file based application.
LabWare’ ELN is able to reuse existing Excel spreadsheets within the LabWare ELP framework, this reduces the need to redevelop these thereby ensuring efficiency gains and compliance within a fully auditable 21CFR Pt11 environment.
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