Integrated Chemical and Analytical Knowledge Management
Forward-thinking scientists and managers are becoming concerned with storing and re-using analytical information. ACD/Labs has been addressing the knowledge gap left by ELN’s and LIMS, with our unique integrated analytical and chemical knowledge solution for almost two decades.
The ACD/Spectrus platform provides unique capabilities for scientists to interrogate analytical data with advanced algorithms to extract chemically relevant answers, with better integration into your existing informatics landscape. Most importantly, analytical data is stored with its human interpretation allowing expertise to be shared within the organisation, and turning data into knowledge.
• Integrate analytical knowledge into your informatics
• Retain the chemical context of spectral and
• Store, search, re-analyze, and re-use live analytical data
The Spectrus Platfrom offers a variety of products to meet your needs:
ACD/Spectrus Processor—designed for synthetic chemists, this multi-technique data processing and chemical characterization tool handles all analytical data including NMR, LC/UV/MS, IR, Raman, and more, in a uniform environment. It is also the access portal to Spectrus knowledge management.
ACD/Spectrus Workbooks—designed for analytical chemists, the Workbooks are a portfolio of technique-specific applications for advanced processing, interpretation and data management.
ACD/Spectrus DB—this knowledgebase allows you to store, search, and access live analytical data while retaining its human interpretation, and chemical context.
Application notes and news
- ACD/Labs Announces Commercial Availability of Next Generation Analytical Knowledge Management Software
- Extract, Retain, and Share Analytical Knowledge
- One Software Application for your Analytical Chemistry Needs
- Spend Less Time on Analytical Interpretation and More Time on Synthesis with ACD/Spectrus Processor
- ACD/Labs Reveals Next Generation of its Analytical Chemistry Software
- ACD/Labs to Preview ACD/Spectrus at Pittcon 2011