Multiple measurements, as described in the measurement section above, can be made available at the click of the button on all particles within the image. This can be enhanced further by automation which is discussed under Microscope applications. This offers a huge advantage to the laboratory as it frees up operator time and in addition, improves the overall statistically accurate measurements by removing the possibility of human interpretation. This can all be generated and once validated will also be compliant to FDA 21 CFR Part 11 regulations.
PAX-it! Image Analysis Software has built in flexibility, allowing the user to define the specifics of the analysis using an understandable wizard format. This is a user-friendly function that allows the user build a routine that can be assigned in the future with the same settings. This setup would be linked to an SOP so that there is sign off at multiple levels to authorise the use of the routine. This would typically require evaluation and a comparison to the original method before it can be used on live batches. Once these analysis routines are defined, they may be saved as a stored routine, and applied to other images with the click of a button.
Materials Science labs will benefit from specific routines included in the image analysis package, such as coating thickness detection, porosity analysis, nodularity analysis, ferrite-pearlite calculations, grainsizing, flake size distribution, and more. Specify any of these analyses according to your lab’s needs, and even design your own routine for area fractions or detection of objects via threshold, to customize your data collection and reporting.
PAX-it! Image Analysis Tools can use density, colour, shape factors, and size filters to detect and sort objects or areas within your images. Filters may be applied to disregard objects of certain shapes or sizes, or to split the results into bins related to specific measurements.
All image measurements are displayed on-screen in an easy to read table, with summary statistics and graphs are also available for display. The image analysis data can be exported directly to Microsoft Word®, or Excel® using the PAX-it! report generator. Report templates are customisable, allowing results to be displayed in a variety of ways including tables, summary stats, graphs, and more. By incorporating the annotated image or images into the report, including an indication on the image as to where the measurements were taken, the reader has a full picture of the process.
PAX-it!’s intelligent software, combined with easy-to-use wizards, the extended software module, database backup by the in-house IT department and re-usable saved settings will increase productivity while also answering auditor’s questions in relation to the Data Integrity generated by the software by adhering to the FDA 21 CFR Part 11 regulations.
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