FlowLogic is one of three software applications that is developed by Inivai Technologies. The FlowLogic platform consists of four software products that provide specific functions in the flow analysis process: gatelogic™, platelogic™, graphiclogic™, and doclogic™ . The benefit of having all products together is to create a continuous flow between the different operations. FlowLogic also allows users to perform their analysis more efficiently since they are using compatible tools.
The gatelogic product is a research tool for performing standard flow cytometry analysis. The user interface for this software consists of a toolbar, workspace area, advance function panel, navigator panel, and file inspector. Of these, the workspace and advanced function panel are the most significant areas. Researchers open FCS files in this area and are able to perform several analysis processes. The advanced function panel is where users specify the statistics they want to view.
The platelogic product provides advanced flow cytometry analysis. The tool allows users to focus on three aspects of comparative analysis: plate, preview, and group. In the platelogic product of FlowLogic, users are able to perform comparative analysis at a high rate of speed due to the heat maps that are integrated into the application. The application also gives users the choice to use preview tools and outlier plot identification to perform comparative analysis.
The graphlogic tool allows users to plot the statistics that are associated with their project in a single location. The process to produce graphs that are ready for publication takes only a few seconds. Everything the user generates is linked to their live analysis in the program.
The purpose of the doclogic product within FlowLogic is to allow users to both and print and publish their analysis data from within a single location. The application contains several options for printing and publishing analysis data for research projects.
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