November 13, 2020
PerkinElmer Informatics is delighted to announce the release of PerkinElmer Signals Screening 2.5.1, which includes support for Spotfire 10.10 LTS. 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 protocols to process standard data or build their own custom data processing pipelines quickly and easily.
What’s more Signals Screening is built to enable the data processing pipeline to be built in parallel to the assay protocol to greatly simplify the transition from assay develop to assay production, and can scale up to 100,000’s of curves fit per minute.
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 2.5.1:
Curve Fitting and Calculations Explorer improvements. Signals Screening 2.5.1 adds several improvements to the settings that are stored with the CE templates including:
- Number formatting on Columns are saved
- The visibility states of all visualizations are saved
- Color schemes are captured and saved
- Curve fit results display includes a fit status “stop-light” and an improved results display
- Significant curve fit performance improvement during curve fit QA/QC
- Flexibility on the business rule to be used to knock out points automatically
SPR capability improvements
- New Referencing App – Supports referencing of different flow cells with different reference flow cells, improved Summary table visualization, and improved Sensorgram visualizations with additional information in the tooltips.
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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