Benchling Results is comprised of structured tables that allow you to capture experimental or assay data in a lab notebook entry.

Results manages your data in three primary ways:

  1. It captures critical experimental data in a centralized and queryable manner of an entity or batch (such as the ELISA result from a cell culture experiment).

  2. It standardizes result capture between scientists, eliminating variation or ambiguity, and maps those results back to your samples in the registry.

  3. It syncs to your Benchling data warehouse for advanced analytics and data visualization. 

Result tables need to be configured to meet your specific needs based on the type of experiments and assays you perform. 

Snapshot: Results in the Lab Notebook

A result table in a lab notebook entry

The example above shows a Result table inserted into a lab notebook entry. The Purified Protein column of the table includes a reference to the registered plasmid entity called Demo Protein and the two other columns record the metrics for this assay.

View of Results in the Registry

The Results tab in the Registry will aggregate and display all data that is recorded in Result tables across the organization by any scientist. This data can be exported, and includes a link to the lab notebook entry where it was recorded. 

Tip: The Results tab combined with the Registry field values provide you with a full picture of this entity.

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