Looking Beyond Analytical Data Standardization

Externalization of R&D activities and the deluge of instrumental analytical data generated on a daily basis has resulted in increasing interest in analytical data standardization. Any standardization efforts, however, to either a single format or for data exchange between formats; should be weighed against the requirements of different users of that data, and hardware innovations.

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