QuoData Quality & Statistics is a medium-sized company based in Berlin and Dresden and active in the areas of statistics and analytical quality assurance. Drawing on state-of-the-art statistical methods, we develop software products and provides services for a host of international clientele.
Quality assurance concerns the reliability of your
- production process
- measurement method/instrument
In other words, quality assurance is essential for you to obtain and maintain your customers' trust.
Statistical methods play a central role in all questions relating to quality assurance. Our expertise in the application of these methods translates to greater efficiency, hence to reduced costs - which is what you're interested in.
QuoData is constantly broadening its expertise and business portfolio. Close collaboration with leading scientific institutions guarantees that its methods and procedures are always up-to-date.
QuoData is committed to the highest professional standards in all its activities. The continuous growth of its clientele over and beyond European borders vouches for its success.
QuoData is your competent partner and consultant on matters relating to
- quality assurance and the optimization of measurement methods
- statistical modelling
- software development
- interlaboratory tests
- development of bioassays
Our competence in each of these core areas is underpinned by our expertise in the application of statistical methods and our extensive experience in cooperation with scientific institutions and other partners/customers.
QuoData - We Let Your Data Speak
The registration phase for the international ENFSI proficiency test on the identification of gunshot residues (GSR) using scanning electron microscopy coupled with energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy has closed. This year has seen nearly 60 laboratories from 29 different countries take part. In the coming weeks, the samples will be prepared and shipped.
The dates for QuoData’s 2016 workshops are now available. As in every year, the workshops focus on proficiency testing and method validation. Our presenters have been actively involved in standardization processes at ISO regarding PT and method validation for years. Participants thus receive insights into the latest requirements outlined in the most common standards for the planning and evaluation of such studies and realize these requirements by working with QuoData’s software solution, PROLab and InterVAL.
In conjunction with Dan Tholen (contributor to the revised ISO 13528:2015 and a liaison for ILAC), and AIHA PAT (AIHA Proficiency Analytical Testing Programs), QuoData’s first workshop on the revised ISO 13528: 2015 has come successfully to a close.
August 2015 saw the release of ISO 13528:2015, which included a major overhaul in the statistical methods used in proficiency testing. In line with this, QuoData, Dan Tholen (convener, independent assessor and ILAC Liaison) and the AIHA Proficiency Analytical Testing (PAT) Program, will jointly hold a workshop to educate those involved in PT on the changes.
From 23-25 September, QuoData will once again hold its Workshop for the Evaluation of Interlaboratory Studies in Dresden, Germany.Die internationale PROLab-Community trifft sich bei QuoData – Ringversuchsworkshop 2015
QuoData has recently been contracted by two different large international health-based organizations to conduct independent meta-analyses. The two large organizations include one NGO and the other is a multinational pharmaceutical company.
See an overview of our meta-analysis services.
On 18 May 2015, QuoData held a free webinar on how to improve PT data import using Excel, PROLab and RingDat and the online application, RingDat Online. Participants from around the globe tuned into the 1-hour webinar held online. The webinar is now available for viewing at any time:
QuoData is set to attend the following exciting events over the next year within the US and Europe. Acting primarily as contributor to events via lectures and poster presentations, QuoData will also support its partners in a number of combined projects listed below:
ISO standards and their stories
The Untold History of Algorithm A
I recently faced the problem of trying to understand why different people applying the same algorithm to the same data obtained different results, even though everyone was apparently applying the algorithm correctly.
Providers of interlaboratory studies can look forward to November’s bi-annual QuoData Workshop for the evaluation of interlaboratory studies.