Automatization in laboratories calls for normalization of data from different instruments as the very first step. Proprietary data formats lock data in vendor or instrument specific software and make further usage of the data challenging. Converting such data into an open XML format like AnIML, makes the data available for usage (e.g., AI, ML, visualization) and archiving. We showcase how chromatography data from the most widely used software packages in chromatography can be converted in a single file format and compared with each other as well as with data from other instruments and technologies. We grab data independent from instrument type or vendor from every data source, enrich it with available metadata and hand it over to any data consumer like ELN/LIMS/CDS, etc. This gives users the opportunity to store or archive data and facilitates cooperation with internal and external co-operators.
Dr. Arne Kusserow
After finishing his Ph.D. and postdoc studies in genetics, Arne joined Wiley & Sons as Editor-in-Chief leading the editorial team of Wiley’s B2B business. After 15 years in the publishing business dealing with scientific data, he moved to Merck's Connected Lab group as the product manager for AnIML converters to make scientific data easier available to anyone, without being limited to text, journals or books.
Research and disease areas
Presented:Tue, March 8, 2022