LabSolutions Insight Software Provides Powerful Data Mining and Analytics Capabilities
1 Feb 2018
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) has released its next-generation LabSolutions Insight software for LC/MS/MS and GC/MS (/MS) analysis.
With intuitive operation and an advanced peak detection algorithm, the software supports review-by-exception to improve the speed and efficiency of multi-analyte data analysis. Used with application-specific method packages or databases, it provides easy analysis of clinical toxicological compounds, pesticides, forensic toxicological substances, and environmental pollutants.
Clear, intuitive interface designed to support review-by-exception.
Enables technicians to flag data using established criteria for simpler, more efficient data review.
Supports bi-directional communication using HL7 protocol, enabling data analysis and review based on doctors’ requirements.
Displays peak information in an easy-to-understand format and accommodates multiple-user working environments.
Supports multiple-monitor displays and can display data in a variety of formats, enabling more efficient analysis of multiple analytes and compounds.
Peak detection algorithm (i-PeakFinder) for LC/MS dramatically increases the productivity of analysing massive amounts of chromatograms. It features functionality for fully-automatic integration, so that users can detect peaks with precision without any special parameter setting process.
For comparing and reviewing large amounts of data, LabSolutions Insight displays reference chromatograms overlaid with sample chromatograms, so that analysts can intuitively confirm the peak intensity and area for large numbers of chromatograms.
The software has the added capability to work seamlessly within regulated environments, as well as the flexibility to adapt to different reporting workflows with multiple results files. In addition, LabSolutions Insight Library Screening software supports screening via full scan or MRM spectrum mode and can display library search results for multiple analytes at the same time, allowing users to precisely identify target components from MRM chromatograms and library search results.