Definition of validating

Posted by / 28-May-2015 20:19

Definition of validating

The particular choice of experimental conditions and measurements is called an assay. Therefore, prior to starting a large screen, smaller test (or pilot) screens are used to assess the quality of an assay, in an attempt to predict if it would be useful in a high-throughput setting.

The Z-factor is an attempt to quantify the suitability of a particular assay for use in a full-scale, high-throughput screen.

If you prefer reading rather than watching the Engadget article Microsoft Office 2013 preview: details, screenshots and impressions gives a good overview of the Office 2013 features.

Some of the big changes are that Office has been redesigned to work with touch devices and integrates heavily with the cloud including Sky Drive and…

With Office 15, for the first time ever, we will simultaneously update our cloud services, servers, and mobile and PC clients for Office, Office 365, Exchange, Share Point, Lync, Project, and Visio.

The Managed Metadata functionality provided by Share Point 2010 allows you to centrally manage metadata and keywords.

In a previous post I covered how to provision a Share Point 2010 managed metadata field and add this to a content type and a list definition.

I’m co-presenting two sessions on upgrading to Share Point 2013 with my friend Chandima and individually presenting another session on a Share Point 2010 extranet project I worked on.

I’ve had several requests to show how to implement sorting following my previous posts on creating a simple Share Point 2010 people directory and using a table based layout for a Share Point 2010 people directory.

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A people directory can be useful if you want to list all the people in an organisation without users having to enter a search query.

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