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  • bioinformatics LIMS

    Hello,
    I am looking for a ind of LIMS that would not care of sample traceability but of the analysis traceability.
    I would like to know if you are aware of soft (preferably free but I take all the answers) that would be able to keep all the information of which soft has been used, which version of this soft, where is the data ...

    thanks a lot

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    re: analysis tracking

    We presented our internal system at CSHL a few months ago, but sadly do not have it packaged to work outside of the center yet.

    It will hopefully be available for download in the next few months though. I will be sure to post as soon as it is...

    Scott Smith
    Manager, Application Programming and Development
    Analysis Pipeline
    The Genome Center
    Washington University School of Medicine

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    • #3
      thanks a lot, that would be very helpful. just for me to know, which technology/language does it use ?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by aurelielaugraud View Post
        Hello,
        I am looking for a ind of LIMS that would not care of sample traceability but of the analysis traceability.
        I would like to know if you are aware of soft (preferably free but I take all the answers) that would be able to keep all the information of which soft has been used, which version of this soft, where is the data ...

        thanks a lot
        I don't know how many instruments you have and what are you resources but I'd suggest you write your own LIMS. You'll have to invest some resources initially but it will pay off down the road since you'll full control of your tool.
        -drd

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        • #5
          Pipeline Pilot is the commercial tool that is near the space you are speaking of.

          This does seem to be something that is continually reinvented because (a) nobody likes the prior or (b) everyone wants complete control

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          • #6
            analysis information management system

            Originally posted by aurelielaugraud View Post
            thanks a lot, that would be very helpful. just for me to know, which technology/language does it use ?
            The majority is written in object-oriented Perl.
            David Dooling

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            • #7
              thanks for the replies and suggestions

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