Winlist™ is a flow cytometry software application developed by Verity Software House. The application is able to read flow cytometry software (FCS) files. It also includes region tools. Users are able to create overlays and reports that automatically update. The overlays are available for both 1P and 2P plots.
Winlist supports manual compensation using N-Color Compensation™. This manual method involves the system using the default compensation setting and allowing the researcher to make adjustments as necessary. The software also includes V-Comp™, which is a tool that automates the data compensation process. This tool works by automatically compensating the control files that you specify. The software doesn’t have a limit on the number of fluors that you can specify.
Batch processing in the Winlist software package is done using one of two options. One is a two-step process that involves selecting the files and clicking a button. The other option is to use the Auto-Advance feature, which automatically batch processes all the files that were selected at the start of the test.
Winlist includes OpenGL 3d to provide users a method for optimizing both 2P and 3P histograms. The V-Comp Compensation™ feature is an automated tool for setting up compensation.
Winlist supports customized reports that can be used as templates with boilerplate content such as graphics and results. Reports are viewable onscreen are exported in PDF.
The results that are obtained for a test can be saved as delimited text and stored in the database. Researchers can also export the analysis data in a variety of formats such as Microsoft Excel. If a full set of data is not required, the software supports exports of snippets. This includes information in the workspace and histogram graphics.
Other features that are available in Winlist include batch processing, network licensing, multi-page reports, and auto-zoom.
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