LabKey developers lead 75-minute workshop sessions focused on key areas of the LabKey platform. These sessions will each include a technical presentation, live demo, and Q&A time. Each session will be staffed with several LabKey developers who will be available to answer more organization-specific questions one-on-one as well.
Methods for Loading Data Into LabKey
Friday, October 5 | 9:15AM – 10:30AM
Presenters: Tony Galuhn, Lead Software Developer & Marty Pradere, Senior Software Developer
There are many methods for loading data into LabKey server, but which one is right for your data? In this session we will explore several of the commonly used methods for loading data into LabKey Server and share best practices and implementation tips for each.
Using Native and Integrated Tools for Reporting
Friday, October 5 | 10:45AM – 12:00PM
Presenters: Cory Nathe, Senior Software Developer & Ed Younskevicius, Software Developer
Your data holds the key to valuable insights, but unlocking that value can be a challenge. In this session we will showcase both the native and integrated tools for generating reports with LabKey Server data and the appropriate uses for each.
Managing Laboratory Workflows in LabKey Server
Friday, October 5 | 1:00PM – 2:15PM
Presenters: Kevin Krouse, Lead Software Developer & Bernie Lee, Technical Account Manager
Putting systems in place to streamline workflows expedite both day-to-day operations and your research processes as a whole. In this session, we will show how built-in LabKey tools can be used to manage standard research workflows. Examples include: Assay request tracking, equipment maintenance schedules, and sample requests.
Best Practices for Designing a Mature Permissions Strategy
Friday, October 5 | 2:30PM – 3:45PM
Presenters: Susan Hert, Senior Software Developer & Hannah Brakke, Technical Account Manager
Successful scientific collaboration requires teams to be able to share data while maintaining data security and integrity. This session we will provide an in-depth look at the considerations for defining security groups, managing evolving permissions needs, and how to avoid creating overly complex systems. Presenters will also share more information about new roles being added to LabKey, Trusted Analyst and Analyst.