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Spotfire and BioImagene Integrate Software

NEW YORK, May 8 (GenomeWeb News) - Spotfire has integrated its DecisionSite analytical platform with BioImagene's SIMS (Scientific Image Management System) software, the companies said today.
 
The combined offering will be available to customers "from May onwards," the companies said in a statement.
 
BioImagene's SIMS is an image data-mining repository, while Spotfire's DecisionSite is an interactive analytics software package.
 
"Our customers have made significant investments in capturing, analyzing, and sharing image data. However, they have traditionally lacked the tools to combine high content screening data with raw images for better, faster analysis," said Gauri Naik, marketing director of BioImagene, in a statement.

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