One of the most valuable assets for any organisation is its data. Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs), registration and assay applications hold vast amounts of data and hold key information on experimental design, execution and results. However, most organisations are unable to fully utilise and unlock valuable insights from these resources.
Whilst the forms in which data is captured have structure, the language entered within a given field can be heterogeneous, unstructured free text or as attachments, with the ability to mine it limited to rudimentary text and keywords searches.
During this webinar you will learn how together SciBite and Dotmatics plan to offer a comprehensive data capture and management solution. We will discuss workflows that would allow our customers to structure ELN and Registration data at the point of entry ensuring consistent language is implemented across the organisation, and retrospectively unlocking data in accordance with the principals of FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) data. This would facilitate robust and reproducible search and analytics.
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