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Associating another batch’s Calibration Curve to the current batch – (Answer to a “Ask A Guru” Question)

I think that the questions below are pretty self explanitory of the feature in the video.

What would you like to know?: Hi, Jamie,

 

Example: A Cal curve batch is acquiring. 

 

Case 1:  I submit a new batch of just patient samples and forget to extend the cal file to those samples.  How do I extend the cal file to those samples w/o pulling them into the Cal Curve batch?

 

Case 2:  I submit a new batch of just patient samples and  extend the cal (with the wrong file) to those samples.  How do I  reprocess with the correct cal file?

Company: TFS

Area Of work: Clinical”

So if you have a batch in flight. You should pause the acquisition while you associate a calibration file. It just makes things cleaner if you have an older system with less RAM.

The video is out of the soon to be released TF 3.0, but if you are using and older version the functionality and menu selections are still the same. Dependant on the resolution setting the last frame may be overlayed with another.

If the video is blurry please click the cog wheel at the bottom of the panel and increase the video display resolution.

Sneak Peek – Targeted Screening

As Always the TF team is looking forward and addressing market driven issues.

One thing that has become highly vocal in the applied markets is the ability to screen for target molecules, and then quantitatate on the positive hits.

So in a forth coming release, TF has incorporated the ExactFinder Screening workflow into its core set of capabilities.

We’ve expanded on this, to include nominal mass instruments, as well as, the high resolution accurate mass systems. This will allow for us to screen utilize screening from the single quandrupoles all the way to up to the QExactive.

So below is a shot of the new screening data review, and you can get an idea of the new UI style adopted by Thermo Scientific.

We still will have the same quan workflow, but have added acquistion and realtime reporting to ExactFinder screening workflow.

 

What the Heck is ACTIVE VIEW??????(Answer to a “Ask A Guru” question)

Active View is another visualization of the data that is on a Sample Centric Report. These are only availible today on samples that display chromatograms for compounds and contain grouped sample information.

Sucha as the High Density Reports, in the standard reports section of Report View.

When using Report View we generate a temporary view of the report that would be produced by the system. This view is only for the supplied Standard reports delivered with TF and is not available with Custom Reports, today. (Hint be looking to the future.)  😉

But when the report is generated in preview mode, and it has an ActiveView partner, the Active View tab will appear next to it.

In the Active View tab, you will see a grid of data that corresponds with data on the Report and the same Detailed Editing elements in Data Review, with the same functionality.

When data is changed in Active View it is just like editing in Data Review and results are updated.  When this happens and indicator appears to let you know new results are availible for the report. Once clisked the Report is updated. The information is saved. In this manner you can use Report View as your data editor and see exactly what you are giving your clients in real time. You can at this point choose to generate the report, or make all your edits and then generate the reports in a batch process.

If the video is blurry please click the cog wheel at the bottom of the panel and increase the video display resolution.