Prometheus Application Academy | PR.Stability Analysis software Display 101 tutorial

One of the challenges many scientists face is how to best present their data. No matter how stunning and ground-breaking your conclusions are, you’re not going to convince anyone your hypothesis holds true unless you’re able to communicate and present it in the best way possible.

PR.Stability Analysis was designed to enable Prometheus users to quickly process and present data without having to rely on third-party data analysis programs. 

Display 101, is part of a series of tutorials that walks you how to use PR.Stability Analysis software to analyze your protein stability data, export it and share it with others.

In this tutorial, you will learn:

  • Basics of PR.Stability Analysis software
  • How to look at multiple Prometheus runs in one data set
  • How to customize your display options to get the view you want
  • How to view statistical analysis on your data outside of PR.ThermControl and PR.ChemControl software
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