Metadata in high quality analyses performed by top of the line equipment is often overlooked and not reported. When a LabTwin user, a top 10 pharma scientist, performed HPLC and other complex measurements, he found himself making many quick decisions on the spot to keep the process running. However, he did not always have time to annotate all the metadata and data that led to each decision which disrupted traceability. Therefore, these valuable data and decision-making processes became almost impossible to track later on, which lead to unnecessary OOs (out of specifications) investigations and costly delays.
> Document HPLC conditions that are essential for research reproducibility but not included in the machine reports
> Track and identify faulty batches which may be contaminated
> Enrich GMP with before and after measurement information
> Track data, metadata and decisions not included in protocols or reports
> Attain best regulatory practices such as GMP and pharmacopeias
> Identify problems with HPLC instrument qualification