• By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted November 30, 2016

Automated Prism-based Assay Data Analysis

Scirex is now able to automate GraphPad Prism based data processing from plate-reader output file to curve-fitting results and charts and result capture into a database.


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 11 November, 2016

Prism Wrapper in Scirex Starting to Take Shape

Last weeks blog entry described a tool for importing GraphPad Prism results and charts into Scirex. Now the user experience as greatly improved, with the Prism data being displayed before the upload so that you can check that it’s been extracted correctly...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 31 October, 2016

Prism-Wrapper: A Scirex tool for importing Prism results and charts

Are you using GraphPad Prism for curve fitting and other data analysis and visualization? Do you have hundreds or maybe thousands of Prism files where you are manually transferring data from and to Excel and other Office applications like...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 30 September, 2016

Scirex Version 1 is Out

Dear Scientists. We are very happy to announce the release of Scirex, a research execution support system that can help you do your research and manage your results...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 28 August, 2016

Preview Release of Scirex

It's a great pleasure to release a preview version of Scirex! If you would like to get an early peek at this new scientific data management system, go to http://demo...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 19 August, 2016

First Public Images of Scirex

Scirex, the next generation research execution support and research data management system from Sciformatics, is approaching release 1.0 (scheduled for a September 30th release)...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 03 August, 2016

New Sciformatics Website

Sciformatics just launched a new website. The old one was rather dull and not up-to-date matching the business strategy; the new site has smarter layout, a better infrastructure to support...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 15 July, 2016

Sciformatics is Moving

Sciformatics is relocating to new office facilities in Søborg, in the northern part of Copenhagen (Denmark), with plenty of space for future expansion of the company. The offices are located in...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 09 June, 2016

Effective Assay Data Management without Giving Up Excel & Prism

The ubiquitous pile of Excel files serving as a research result “database” clearly demonstrates the failure of current assay data management systems in offering sufficient flexibility to match the requirements of scientific research. Commercial research as well as...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 30 May, 2016

The Tricky Nature of Scientific Research Results

You prepare a sample with interesting properties. Treat it according to a protocol. Measure in some instrument. Then do some calculations on the measured values. Handled individually, experimental results are conceptually simple (even though the process outlined above...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 13 May, 2016

Scirex – Creating a Next Generation Research Data Management Platform

Generic office software such as Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Project are still heavily used for research data management and project communication – thus, often depriving life science research of...


  • By Thomas P. Boesen
  • Software blog post
  • Posted 01 May, 2016

Computers Shall be Much Better at Helping Scientists

I’m starting a Research Informatics company. After 2½ very interesting years at Novo Nordisk, I have just left my position in order to start out on my own (again). It was not a difficult decision, although one that is also accompanied by...