AssayNet LIMS takes the concept of results display and moves it forward a quantum leap. By linking display precision with analysis limits, the program can dynamically reduce display precision, (i.e. number of significant digits), at lower concentrations. It also adjusts display precision based on analysis inputs such as sample dilution.
Unit scaling allows the LIMS to automatically switch concentration units for high-grade samples. Because the program is fully unit-aware, users can mix units within the same test analyte, or change units quickly and easily at any time.
Finally, the program caters for separate instrumental units and reporting units, integrating unit conversion into the calculation engine. This allows you to create a single equation that works for any combination of instrument and reporting units.