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Using Information Models for Data Analysis and Workflow

Date: 19 April 2016

 This is a poster presentation made at the 2016 BioIT conference in Boston. Abstract This poster demonstrates the advantages of taking a workflow driven approach to data collection in drug discovery and development organisations. The reliance on generic spreadsheets requiring manual data handling steps can lead to inefficiency and human error. Time is lost checking to see if data reaches defined quality criteria and if it is ready for the next step in a process. We will discuss  new t ...



Standardization of Morphit Applications

Date: 01 January 2015

 This white paper describes best practice principles for writing professional applications using Morphit. These principles have been developed by the Edge consultancy team from experience gained in delivering numerous projects to leading bio/pharmaceutical companies. Binders designed using these principles have a coherent structure, are more understandable, can be created faster and offer greater opportunities for reuse. The greatest benefit however is that they are easier to operate for the ...



Moving From Personal Spreadsheets To Enterprise Solutions

Date: 19 March 2014

In this white paper we will describe how to use Morphit Enterprise to transition from isolated document spreadsheets into a controlled multi-user enterprise environment. This paper focuses on the implementation of Expense claims Leave of absence recording Leave requests We will show how the unique combination of  Morphit and Morphit Enterprise addresses many of the limitations of document based systems. Download the White Paper



Introducing Morphit, a new type of spreadsheet technology

Date: 21 February 2014

Ted Hawkins, Andrew Lemon, Alec Gibson (Submitted on 30 Jan 2014) This paper describes a new type of spreadsheet which mitigates the errors caused by incorrect range referencing in formulae. This spreadsheet is composed of structured worksheets called tables which contain a hierarchical organization of fields. Formulae are defined at the field-level removing the need for positional references. In addition, relationships can be defined between fields in tables, allowing data to be mode ...







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