10 Jul Validere 360 Product Update June 2019
We’re pleased to be posting our first Validere 360 product update. Our intention with these updates is to provide information on changes to the platform, and to provide tips that we think will improve the user experience. This edition focuses on changes to the Lab Results and Calibrations features.
The first thing to notice is the sidebar redesign which has tidied up the list of tabs by grouping them under similar categories. The sidebar is also collapsible, which gives users more screen space when viewing the data-dense Lab Results page.
To better manage the density of the data on the Lab Results page, we have also added a few features that will allow users to filter data by:
- Date range
- Off-spec results
- Sample type (spot, composite, unknown or crude monitor)
Use-case 1: The sample type filter is useful for filtering out some of the publicly available data that has been uploaded from Crude Monitor.
Use-case 2: If a given stream has been having multiple off-spec incidents, and a sampling campaign consisting of spot and composites has been conducted, then the date, sample type and stream filters can be used to focus the data on the spots and composites from the stream in question.
The Calibrations page has been redesigned to provide better reporting functionality on instruments that are connected to the Validere 360 software. The intention is to provide a quick assessment for users on the status of instruments based on both calibration and standard checks*, and when the next checks are due.
*Standards checks are conducted by running samples of known composition and quality (e.g: pentane). The standard check is intended to confirm that the lab device is indeed reading the property of interest (vapour pressure, sulphur, etc) accurately.
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