Users of our SpotMap software, have you updated to our latest version? If you’re not aware, we’ve recently released version 5.4.578 of SpotMap. Keep reading for details of its latest features and how to upgrade to the latest version.
Our industry-leading host cell protein (HCP) coverage focussed 2D software, SpotMap has had an upgrade!
We pride ourselves on delivering up-to-date software developed to support our users’ needs in industry.
In our latest version release we’ve included the following new features:
– Transition speed control in the alignment window
– The ability to choose local / comparison colour schemes for spot outlines
– The ability to save / load spot outline colour schemes – which is a great feature for designing specific spot colour palettes for your experiments
– The option to export a clean image for data access, with no overlays of any kind
– The addition of page numbers included in exported PDF reports
We have also included molecular weight (MW) and isoelectric point (pI) overlay font size controls.
For regulated labs, there’s a 21 CFR part 11 / GxP compliant version of SpotMap too…
If you need to keep an auditable record of your image analysis processes we offer a compliant version of all of our software. Speak to our team directly to discuss your requirements and installation process.
In addition, we’ve made improvements to performance and usability for 2D image analysis
This has included fixing a technical bug which would cause disappearing spots after a grazing freehand edit.
Customers with our Coverwise support and upgrade subscription will receive this update for free, and a member of staff will be in contact shortly to provide you with the required download link.
However, if you’re not yet using SpotMap for your 2D HCP coverage analysis, why not try a free trial: https://totallab.com/products/spotmap-demo/
Discover what a comprehensive software solution, still in active development, created specifically to meet the needs of the life science industry can offer for you and your lab. More details on SpotMap can be found here.