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Syrris simplifies complex data analysis

New Atlas Reporting Software enables quick and easy graphical analysis of log files

Atlas_Reporting_Software_PRSyrris, a leading chemistry automation product innovator, has introduced the Atlas Reporting Software to enable easy graphical analysis of sophisticated log files generated by the Atlas Base Unit, Atlas Software or Atlas Syringe Pump. Graphs can be created in seconds using the Wizard style software, which incorporates an easy-to-use, “drag and drop” interface. Compatible with a range of Atlas products, the Reporting Software facilitates the fast analysis of resulting data for increased laboratory efficiency.

Log files from Atlas modules and other software are uploaded using a USB stick to the Reporting Software enabling graphs to be created, customized and printed, quickly and easily. Multiple files can be imported simultaneously, allowing various parameters from different experiments, such as temperature, pH, stirrer speed, flow rate and turbidity to be plotted on the same graph for comprehensive batch-to-batch analysis.

The cost-effective Reporting Software can also display comments added by the user during the experiment, further increasing its usability. A line on the graph indicates when the comment was added, demonstrating correlations between any observations and the data.

In addition, the Reporting Software allows log files generated by the Atlas Calorimetry Software to be interpreted quickly and easily. The software enables fast and effective analysis of the thermal properties of the reaction with the click of a button. The Software imports raw data and automatically corrects for the sensible heat of addition and changes in UA. Graphs of reaction power, reaction enthalpy, overall process enthalpy, and sensible heat of addition are all automatically displayed alongside other process data such as additions.

For more information on the Atlas Reporting Software, or any of the Atlas product range capabilities such as pH monitoring and control, reaction calorimetry, crystallisation, FT-IR analysis and many more, please visit