Tag Archives: informatics

Build, Buy or Both

When selecting an ELN or LIMS one of the major decisions is to build or buy a solution, or do both. In this post, we walk you through some of the considerations to take into account. Continue reading

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The Three-Legged Stool

Over the years, we’ve been involved in a number of LIMS/ELN selection projects. In this new series of blog posts, we’ll take a look at some of the lessons learned from those projects. The Three Legged Stool It’s a commonly … Continue reading

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Requirements Are Required

Learn how a good set of requirements make the process of selecting and implementing an ELN/LIMS system much easier. Continue reading

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Using Material Design tools

In a previous blog post I described how material design can be used to create user interfaces. Material design is has been described as a language or a system for describing and creating user interfaces. In the video below you … Continue reading

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Pipeline Stories: No More Gantt Charts

Putting the right information in front of the right people is an integral part of pharmaceutical project management. Learn how we make this easier in Pipeline. Continue reading

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JavaScript Libraries for Informatics

During our monthly San Diego Informatics Lunch meeting, the topic of conversation was JavaScript libraries for informatics.  Over the past few years the term “thick client application” has gradually morphed from a reference to desktop applications, to JavaScript-heavy browser-based applications.  Driven in … Continue reading

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KNIME and Cheminformatics: A Peek Behind The Curtain

Part of what makes user group meetings so interesting is getting the opportunity to peek behind the curtains and see someone else’s operation.  In last night’s, KNIME user group meeting, Brock Luty of Dart NeuroScience gave an interesting perspective on … Continue reading

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