Assay Data Integration
LabKey Server makes assay data integration manageable and meaningful to your laboratory. Organize large quantities of complex research data, analyze integrated datasets, and prepare experiment data for integration with related clinical, demographic, and sample information.
- Centrally manage the integration and distribution of your experiment data in a single system
- Improve visibility into experiments being conducted along with their associated results and analyses
- Provide permission based access to experiment data
Integrate assay data from common instruments including Mass Spectrometry, Sequencing, and Flow Cytometry instruments. LabKey Server provides specialized tools for many instrument-specific data types to help promote high quality data collection, analysis, and prepare experiment results for integration with related data.
Quality Control Tracking and Approval
Automate a wide range of quality control checks and data cleanup measures using LabKey Server quality control tools. Define QC workflows to support your organization structure and standards.
Structured Data Organization
Organize your data in a structured format with a batch-run-results hierarchy for greater transparency and simplified discovery. LabKey Server’s assay data structure makes it easy to navigate to results of interest, and curate datasets for analysis.
Visualization & Analysis
Visualize, analyze and display experiment data using a range of built-in plotting and reporting tools available in LabKey Server. For more advanced analysis, utilize LabKey Server’s powerful integration with the R statistical programming environment to present R script results as live reports within LabKey Server.
Assay Requests & Fulfillment Tracking
Centrally manage assay requests and their fulfillment, including the delivery of final results using LabKey Server’s assay request tracking tool. Cut down on inefficient and often-error prone email requests and streamline the workflow for both requestors and lab staff.
Accelerating Experiment Analysis at the labs of Jennifer Adair and Hans-Peter Kiem
At the Adair and Keim labs, LabKey Server-based assay tools free lab members to focus on data interpretation instead of manual processing, helping them look quickly across results collected from multiple experiments over time and enabling them to scale up analysis as fast as sequencing throughput.