Labii ELN & LIMS allows users to create filters for any table within the platform.
A filter is a set of limitations to the table fields for allowing users to restrict display results by building one or more queries. Labii ELN & LIMS allows users to create filters for any table within the platform.
Each table has its own filters. Open a table and click the Filters tab to view the list of filters.
You can search filters by typing a keyword into the search bar in the filters list view, and then clicking Search. The search results can always be cleared by clicking the Clear button.
With the Filter function, you can limit the number of sections displayed. You can do that by clicking Active filters and then selecting a filter from the dropdown. Here are a list of filters:
- All filters. Filter to display all filters of the table.
- Active filters. Filter to display the active filters.
- Archived filters. Filter to display the archived filters.
- My filters. Filter to display a list filters assigned to you.
Click a filter name to see full detail of a filter.
- Name - The name of the filter
- Description - Provide a description of the filter and all other necessary information to help others in the same organization understand what this filter is for
- Query - Query is in JSON format and use an array for OR operator
- Users - Members in the organization that you’d also like to use this filter and your name will be added automatically
- Digest Frequency - How often do users want to receive the digest email for the filter; The default is set to weekly but can change it to none, daily, monthly, or annually.
- Show in Menu - Default is set to true and it will be shown on the menu. Mark false to hide a particular filter from the menu.
- Is Archived - Ability to archive this particular filter and will not be available to use if marked true
- Date Updated/Created - Automatically captured in the background of Labii ELN & LIMS in real-time when changes are made by members within an organization
Detail View of Filters
- Click “filters” from sidebar to the left or the navbar to the top
- Select “My xxx Filters” or “All xxx Filters”
- Click the menu icon top right of the page
- Select Settings
- Select filters
- Choose a table from the list; example experiment table
Multiple filters can be created simultaneously using Import. You can do this by clicking Import in the section list view.
You can export a list of filters by clicking Export button and select one option from the dropdown.
In the filters list view, a filter can be deleted by clicking the Delete icon next to it.
When you define the "Digest Frequency" on a filter, you will be able to receive notifications for the results of the filter.