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Here a LIMS involves the use of a database to store and manage sample information for the analytical laboratory . No mention is made of any other organizational group outside this environment. The definition concentrates on the analytical aspects of the laboratory function: collecting results from instruments and arranging them in a database before the production of the final report. However, there is no mention of functions related to managing the laboratory or its operations. 3. ' The third definition focuses on a LIMS as a series of tools to manage laboratory operations, but does not discuss the functions further nor consider the environment outside the analytical laboratory.
For example, consider an architectural analogy. 1 Architectural views and communication A function of architecture is to give different interest groups their own meaningful views of the same structure to ensure that the final building will meet the initial requirements. Consider architecture as it relates to a building . An architect has to consider three interested parties: the owner, the designer and the builder. These roles can be extrapolated to the owner, the systems analyst and the programmer in a LIMS project.
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