ELN for Production
Labii offers a solution to the unique requirements of scientists working in production environments, where strict adherence to standard operating procedures (SOP) and standardized experiment notes is necessary. By providing the ability to structure experiments into sections, Labii allows users to create an Electronic Laboratory Notebook that is tailored to meet the specific demands of production work. This customization allows scientists to effectively document their work while maintaining compliance with industry standards.
Labii's Electronic Lab Notebook allows for the creation of organized and efficient experiment documentation in production environments. By breaking down experiments into Sections, you can capture all necessary details with minimal time spent on note-taking. This allows you to meet production requirements while maximizing your time and effort.
In order to use the Electronic Lab Notebook in Labii, you must first install the Electronic Lab Notebook for production application or entry table. If Electronic Lab Notebook application is selected when creating the account, then this step can be skipped.
- 1.Select Applications from Settings -> Applications
- 2.Click Add application and select Add from a template
- 3.Choose Electronic Lab Notebook for production from the pop-out modal. A lack of such an option indicates that you have already installed it.
Following the configuration, you should have the following tables installed:
- 1.Date Start - The start date of the experiment.
- 2.Date Due - The expected end date of the experiment.
- 3.Protocols - The protocols that are used in this experiment.
Default experiment tables have the following sections; you can customize them based on your research needs.
- 1.Procedure - Protocols steps.
- 2.Results (Text) - Type text results here.
- 3.Results (Table) - Include tabular results here.
- 4.Results (Attached Files) - Attached result files here.
- 5.Signers - Add signers to sign the experiment.
Labii ELN's production mode facilitates the arrangement of experiments into distinct portions, simplifying the process of swiftly locating a specific set of data without having to go through the entire record.
By signing a document in Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN), you are certifying that the record you generated or witnessed is accurate to the best of your knowledge. This signature ensures that the data generated meets regulatory requirements, such as FDA 21 CFR part 11 as well as enables other scientists to replicate the results based on the signed document. With a lab notebook containing signatures, you have a legally valid and permanently written record of your lab's research that can be used in a court of law for patent investigations.
The audit trail feature in Labii ELN allows for the tracking and recording of all changes made to an experiment, including who made the changes and when. This feature provides a clear and complete history of an experiment, ensuring that all data is secure and tamper-proof, and easier to identify any potential problems or issues.