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LIMS (Laboratory Information Management Systems)

Databases were developed to store and search acquired data from analytical runs.  Sophistication and capabilities expanded as the computers developed.  In 1982 the first generation of LIMS was introduced in the form of a single centralized minicomputer, which offered the first opportunity to automate reporting tools. Relational data-bases, client/server architecture with improved data processing, remote access,  wireless networking capabilities, georefer-encing of samples,  adoption of XML standards and automated reporting were advancements over the years.
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