LIMS Versus LIS Article

Scientific Computing World just published my article entitled “What is the Difference Between a LIMS and a LIS?” at: To subscribe to Scientific Computing World, follow this link: Gloria Metrick GeoMetrick Enterprises

Yet More The Laboratory Informatics Alphabet Soup

Some of you had already seen the posting on “The Laboratory Informatics Alphabet Soup” from SCW (Scientific Computing World): Today, SCW put out a link in their newsletter, as well. If you are not receiving their free newsletter, you can do so at this link: Gloria Metrick GeoMetrick Enterprises

LabWare LIMS Isn’t #1 in Cleveland

…nor is Thermo Sample Manager, Symyx ELN or any of the products I normally talk about. As you might or might not have noticed, I take an interest in market share, which products are popular, what categories of products exist and similar topics. Each geographic area is different and, here in Cleveland, people using these types of products appear to be almost non-existent.

The Power and Purpose of the LinkedIn LIMS/Laboratory Informatics Group

To promote it and to explain its purpose, I’ve been writing about the LinkedIn group I started for Laboratory Informatics people, such as those in LIMS, ELN, SDMS, LIS, CDS, and others. Previously, I made two blog posts here in “Out on a LIMS” and wrote two articles about it for “Scientific Computing.” My motives for creating this group are to provide a place for us to congregate. Read the entire post for more information.

Gloria Metrick
GeoMetrick Enterprises

LIMS and ELN Purchases: Finding Information

All week, as I’ve talked about how to go about selecting laboratory informatics software, I’ve mentioned that you should get more information on what it entails. Read this blog posting for ideas on how to find some of this information.

Gloria Metrick
GeoMetrick Enterprises