As you know, our Control Chart Package allows sophisticated statistical process control by plotting Shewhart I-Charts as recommended in the USP <1010> but are there any use cases that go beyond Biostatistical Analysis?
The Control Chart Package covers a broad range of use cases not limited to biological assays.
You can aggregate data from individual assay documents (for example, quantitative response assays, dose-response analysis assays, or microbial assays for antibiotics) or enter data of any type manually. For example, you can plot a data series to get a first glimpse of descriptive statistics. Based on the statistical characteristics, you can apply control limits and rules to monitor the process and reveal out-of-control data. Use events to mark changes in the process, for example, when you changed the cell culture or updated your SOPs. Moreover, you can create subcharts if you wish to monitor a specific range of data separately, such as the most recent days only. Finally, you are able to color data points by threshold values or a secondary characteristic like the operator to associate conspicuities accordingly.