AqcTools enhance statistical analysis and monitoring
AqcTools have been designed for improved charting, statistical analysis and real time monitoring of AQC/IQC data.
The most effective way of monitoring an instrument’s performance is to regularly use Analytical Quality Control (AQC) samples with independently verified or known results.
Once placed in an instrument AQCs are run at regular intervals and they can be used to flag discrete changes in instrument performance leading to over or under reporting of result values.
While simple flagging against a target value is straightforward, the tools used to identify trends use specific statistical calculations and chart types
AqcTools lets Quality Managers and analysts perform charting of AQCs and statistical analysis:
- as soon as each instrument run is complete, so that the AQCs can be correctly evaluated before releasing all results
- on the instrument workstation so there is no need to export and carry the AQC results to a separate workstation or use Excel
- easily without having to navigate functions not relevant to the AQC analysis
- record all data as well as any decisions taken during the interpretation for auditing and for further analysis
AqcTools software supports:
- importing historical data such as Quality Analyst files
- manually entering results data eg for non-analytical instrument techniques
- importing data from formatted Excel files
- the creation and management of exception reports for regulatory authorities
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