Thermo Scientific™

Spectral DB Library for Spectral Data Management

Easily save, organize, retrieve, view and share data with others in the workgroup with Thermo Scientific™ Spectral DB Library for Spectral Data Management. This unique data management tool organizes spectra and chromatograms into a database.

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The Spectral DB Library makes it easy to organize and index large numbers of instrument data files from hundreds of different analytical instruments. Supported by Thermo Scientific™ SmartConvert™, the Spectral DB Library can store binary data—such as spectra and chromatograms—as well as images, MOLfile chemical structures and textual information—such as compound name, sample ID and project or notebook number.

Because the Spectral DB Library is designed to communicate with Thermo Scientific™ GRAMS/AI™, all the processing, viewing and plotting capabilities of GRAMS and its add-on applications can be applied to the data.

Data can be viewed using the supplied workbook forms in a grid view or users can create their own forms and workbooks; once the desired data set is located, it can be automatically transferred into GRAMS/AI for processing.

Fast, Simple Local Database Access
  • Lets users quickly archive spectral and chromatographic data from one or more supported analytical instruments, store associated information, extract information and create and print presentation pages
  • Straightforward structure makes the database instantly useful for both novice and advanced users
  • Microsoft™ Access-Based
Customizable Forms Layout and Design
  • Comes with predefined templates of functional spectral and laboratory archives, which can be used straight out of the box or as starting points for customized page layouts
  • Multi-paged workbook format offers a variety of ways of displaying data
  • Intuitive Browsing and Querying
  • Browse Mode provides easy access to all database records
  • Operations include viewing, filtering, querying, sorting, adding, modifying and deleting records
Easy, Convenient Sharing
  • Databases can be shared using simple network file sharing protocols with no additional database license or software necessary
  • Also supports Oracle™ and Microsoft SQL Server for true client-server performance