Here’s a scenario that’s all too familiar to many researchers: you’ve spent weeks, maybe months, in the lab. You’ve designed experiments – made mutations, engineered cell lines, optimized antibodies, imaged slides – to prove a hypothesis. Initial results support your idea, and you’re ready to compile everything together and publish your story or apply for additional funding. You sit down to write – and find that, while your initial observations were sound, you have a LOT of data to evaluate before you’re ready to publish.
The scientific method can be a long, arduous process, but there are many tools available to researchers to make data analysis less daunting. PR.Stability Analysis software was designed to enable Prometheus users to more efficiently and effectively analyze their data and come to faster, clearer conclusions on the results.
This is the first in a series of posts highlighting how PR.Stability Analysis software will help you address challenges in data processing and analysis. Save your lab valuable time and get to publishing your results sooner.
Whether you’re working with very large data sets or just a few replicates at a time, it is important to know the variation on your data. Prometheus users familiar with PR.ThermControl and PR.ChemControl software know that it is easy to follow your data in real time, annotate, and color-code your replicates. But PR.Stability Analysis software offers enhanced features and automatic data-merging, which can save you a lot of valuable time in your research by helping you quickly interpret your data. Faster interpretation leads to faster conclusions and publications.
Watch this video with NanoTemper Application Specialist, Lindsay Dawson, for a brief lesson on how easy it is to merge and navigate through your data.
Here are the steps involved to merge data sets:
PR.Stability Analysis was designed to enable our Prometheus users to gather trends and conclusions quickly so you can spend your precious time designing new experiments or publishing your results. If you’re interested in finding out more about Prometheus PR.Stability Analysis software, click here.
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