|SLIMS Online Help|
||Here a user can enter comments about the experiment including various protocol information and otherwise.|
||Hhis shows the plates that were loaded and various information including the probability of systematic error and the correction performed on the plate|
||The raw uncorreced data from every well on every plate. The batch_id specifies the compounds analyzed. Empty batches are most likely the positive and negative controls.|
||This is the same as the raw data except that each plate has been corrected for systematic error.|
||These results are taken by combining replicate data from the raw results|
|| These results are taken by
combining replicate data
the spatial error corrected results.
||Allows the user to draw a piece of a molecule and search the result set for this fragment. If a row is selected, the initial molecule depicted is the selected row. This makes for easy searches for analogue structures.|
||if a row is selected, clicking on the view similar button will perform a similarity sort on the data in the experiment and show the results based on the most similar compound to the least similar compound. The most similar compound gets a score of 0 and the least similar gets a score of 1.0|
||Find the plates that a given compound or selection of compounds are located. This is great for hit picking!|
||See the difference between the spatially corrected data and the raw data. This will show you if the systematic error was actually significant or not.|
||Plot some data in the
view. You will be asked to select the columns for the X and Y
axes. Points in the plot are linked back to the view so that
clicking on a point will highlight the row in the view that the point
was derived from.
||Add a plot to the current plot|
||If the data is a dilution series
then plot the dilution series for the
compound. For this to work the row must be seleted by clicking on
number beside the row.
||Add a plot to the dilution
||Perform an analysis of the currently displayed view. Analysis are either automatically finding all analog compounds, generating a self organizing map from the selected compounds or placing the viewed compounds onto an existing self organizing map.|
||Export the data to a csv
file. No images or compound data is stored in the dataset.
||Export the data to Microsoft
Excel including images. Excel must be installed for this to
function properly. Dilution series views will output specially
formatted dilution series reports.
||Export the view as an MDL SD
||View the selected plate.
Clicking on a well in the plate viewer will show the compound that is
in the well.
||Show a plate view with the
systematic error tool. The systematic error tool is a plot of
frequencies and shows a histogram of the power distribution.
Removing frequencies with high amplitude will reduce the systematic
error in the plate.
This view only shows the plate with respect to where the compounds are placed. Controls are not shown in this view.
||View all the plates in the
dataset. This is good for finding outlier plates or getting a
good overall view of the assay. Eventually you will be able to reject
plates from this view, but that will be in the next revision of
SLIMS. A good overview of the View All
functionality is here.
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