Evaluation software


Evaluation software

This page contains some general evaluation software programs. These programs are not retricted to a single brand of instrument and can analyse data from different sources and instruments.

TraceDrawer – made to make decisions

TraceDrawer logoThe software TraceDrawer from Ridgeview Instruments AB is designed to help scientists evaluate, summarize and present results from multiple real-time interaction experiments. It offers a large set of tools to facilitate comparison, such as alignment, normalization, and signal level extraction. Fit your curves to kinetic models to estimate interaction parameters and to investigate the binding mechanisms. It is compatible with most types of time-resolved interaction data, including measurements on LigandTracer, SPR, and QCM devices.

Key features:

  • Collect data from multiple measurement
  • Compare results in overlay plots
  • Fit curves to kinetic interaction models
  • Evaluate affinity and EC50
  • Create publishable figures
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      Genedata Screener

      Genedata logoGenedata Screener® for SPR analyzes surface plasmon resonance data from any instrument. Providing full control over every analysis step, the single-platform analysis system enables interactive adjustments with all dependent calculations automatically recalculated accordingly. Pre-processing is automated and any pre-processing step can then be adjusted from anywhere in the analysis process. Screener for SPR also provides extended diagnostics, graphical overviews, flexible annotations, and outlier rejection, with company-wide access to all experimental data from any SPR instrument. Combining SPR technology with Screener analysis workflow, Screener for SPR standardizes and automates raw data loading, pre-processing, analysis, result generation, and reporting, independent of sample throughput and application type. The workflow is tailored to SPR-specific output and contains built-in business logic to rapidly produce high-quality results. The system is proven to improve productivity by eliminating manual error-prone processes, and enabling faster software performance, centralized set-up and maintenance, and higher utilization of installed instruments.