February 2018

Feature Update!  February 27, 2018

By |2018-03-06T12:16:57+01:00February 27th, 2018|Feature updates|

More new features! Below are some of the requested features that have been recently added.   Anonymization Trial step 2 Test subject -> Anonymization Sometimes its necessary to anonymize data to ensure biases are not introduced when collecting measurements. We now support 3 ways of controlling how data can be annoymised for field staff. Show to mobile user: The name will be directly shown. This is fine for things like [...]

Feature Update!  February 20, 2018

By |2018-02-20T14:56:31+01:00February 20th, 2018|Feature updates|

Coding for data export Nearly all data that is recorded can now be coded. The main purpose of a code is that the database / export format will stay the same independent of what the field staff sees as a label. Eg a certain trial could have the name "Potato adaptation trial 2018" but a code of "POTATO_S2_2018". This allows to standardize the output format for further analysis while refining [...]

Feature Update!  February 15, 2018

By |2018-02-20T14:55:50+01:00February 15th, 2018|Feature updates|

In this post, we discuss some of the new features that have recently been added. The post is intended for customers who already have some knowledge of QuickTrials and provides a quick update on what has changed.  If you have any questions or requests we always welcome your feedback. Customise plot names and drag the layout Plot names can now be any kind of name. An example of a generated name [...]

Increasing efficiency of field trials in 2018

By |2018-02-20T14:57:01+01:00February 10th, 2018|Feature updates|

In 2018 there is both an acceleration and deepening of the digital transformation work that has been taking place in many companies across the globe.  Companies are leveraging their IT assets effectively and incorporating new digital tools to fill any gaps in their existing processes and workflows.  The shift from paper processes to digital ones typically results in information flowing more freely with less friction and errors.  Management decisions also [...]

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