March 01, 2021
PerkinElmer Informatics is delighted to announce the release of PerkinElmer Signals Screening 2.6. PerkinElmer Signals Screening makes assay data processing easy and leverages the best-in-class data visualization and analysis platform TIBCO Spotfire to do so. With Signals Screening, the scientist can use out-of-the-box step-by-step Workflows to process standard data or build their own custom data processing pipelines quickly and easily.
PerkinElmer Signals Screening is built on top of the leading analytical platform TIBCO Spotfire and includes tried-and-true PerkinElmer Spotfire addins like High-content Profiler and SciStream.
New in 2.6:
New and improved main Signals App page. The main user experience of Signal Screening has been redesigned from the ground up to yield a much better user experience. Scientist will have an easier time finding Apps of interest, tagging their favorites, and designing workflows.
Curve Fitting and Calculations Explorer improvements. Signals Screening 2.6 adds several improvements to the settings that are stored with the CE templates including:
- Page Views – now you can configure a Calculations Explorer template with exactly the configuration of visualization that you want to see on a page and have multiple predefined pages to show different perspectives on the results.
- Calculate Columns Transformations and Freeze Column actions can now be captured in a Calculations Explorer template
- Additional GESD calculation options are supported.
- The curve fit feature is now selectable for toggling between different parameters in a multi-parametric data set on the fly.
NOTE: this release does not include support for Spotfire version 7.11 LTS – with this release we are limiting new feature development for Spotfire 10.3LTS and 10.10LTS.
Signals Screening is available through the PerkinElmer Operations Download Center. If you do not have access to the Download Center, contact PerkinElmer Support to assist you with sign-up. Please contact your Account Manager if you are interested in licensing Signals Screening.
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