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  • Training Webinar: Creating Advanced Reports

    #1

    We are happy to bring you the next training webinar on “Creating Advanced Reports” in OpenSpecimen on April 21st.

    You are welcome to submit questions or reports that you would like us to cover in the training.

    Feel free to forward this to other OpenSpecimen users in your group.

    To Register: Click here

    OpenSpecimen’s Reporting module lets you create very powerful reports and is yet “easy to use” by any non-IT person.

    In this webinar, you will learn features like:

    • Creating reports with multiple filters and expressions
    • Creating a “pivot table” report
    • Scheduling reports
    • Using results of one report as input in another report
    • Hierarchical queries
    • Reports based on calculations in dates and numeric fields
    • Organising reports in folders and sharing
    • New in v8.0: Limit by the total quantity of aliquots

    Feel free to register even if you are busy at this time; we will email a recording of the webinar.

    #2

    A reminder to register for our training webinar “Creating Advanced Reports”. Learn how to create advanced reports, pivot tables, calculated fields, hierarchical queries, sub-queries, etc. using OpenSpecimen’s powerful reporting module.

    You are welcome to submit questions or queries that you would like us to cover in the training. Feel free to forward this to other OpenSpecimen users in your group.

    Date/Time: 21st April | 8 AM PST
    For agenda and registration: Click here

    Register even if the date/time does not suit your schedule. We will email you the recording.

    #3

    Thanks for attending the OpenSpecimen training webinar on ‘Creating Advanced Report’.

    For those who missed it, you can access the recordings here.

    Upcoming webinar: May 20th, 11 AM EST

    Register for our upcoming webinar - ‘Implementation at Johns Hopkins University (JHU).’ Bob Lange, Project Leader, JHU, will present how they use OpenSpecimen to manage biospecimens collected from multiple studies and integration with in-house pathology database and Epic (EMR).

    Register even if you cannot attend, we will send you the recording.

    Thanks,
    Sharvari