Socrates said the unexamined life is not worth living. Similarly, data are useless without analysis. And even as artificial intelligence makes inroads into the biopharmaceutical industry, human insight remains important. Graphically representing data is more than just creating pretty pictures; proper data visualization can improve the communication of sometimes abstract information to make data accessible, understandable, and usable. Patterns and insights arise during the review process — whether data are intended for internal or external publication or for inclusion in a regulatory submission.
In this eBook, BPI editorial advisor Tim Sandle (head of microbiology at Bio Products Laboratory) presents some different approaches to presenting and studying biopharmaceutical laboratory data. Illustrations demonstrate different sorts of data sets and how their patterns can be revealed through visual presentation — as well as what can go wrong when the wrong choices are made.
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