We are in the process of creating an elaborate laboratory management software for our own laboratory and while we do have software developers I would like to outsource some elements to save time.
To this end I would need a developer proficient in
To create this software module for us. The project starts with extracting raw data from a laboratory analysis file, displaying the results on a line graph, making some regions of the line graph selectable and a way to display and manage all of the samples in the analysis file.
The Element would first have to be developed and tested on your server and after completion it would be integrated into our software portal.
MANY of these elements are already available and can be modified and integrated.
I have created and attached detailed instructions of what I would need. The graphical elements are available.
Time is critical for this project, so please:
Do not bid if you are not able to complete this kind of project in a short period of time (~1 week) and
Do not bid if you cannot start immediately
Do not bid if you have no
Do not bid if you do not have access to some web space for development and testing
If this project goes well there will be a number of further elements to create.
Please let me know the price for this project and the hourly rate for further elements in this software if any come up.
Here a few more explanations:
I got a few of the code snippets, that my last programmer has created. Maybe it makes sense for you to use these and modify them to your wishes. These are for the HRM analyser.
Let me explain what each of these does (I am translating what my programmer has written to me, so I hope you understand what he meant):
this script reads out the data from Rex files and write it into the tables: exp_hap_samples, exp_hap_channnels and exp_hap_readings (readings are individual data points from individual channels and are connected to samples) from row 83
He also added an example for a file with information about the curve points.
He might not have used the most suitable tools, so feel free to discard the code and create your own if that makes sense.