TEST METHOD MANAGEMENT
Management of Test Methods should allow you to configure settings for inputs and outputs.
Inputs are what you expect the analyst to enter, and outputs are what you would like the system to calculate.
For example, if you have a test method that requires the average of two readings, you should be able to configure two inputs,
and the output will hold an average calculation of those two inputs. Other settings you should
look for are name, description, units, and validation limits. Validation limits check the user’s entry
to ensure they haven’t entered silly numbers such as a pH of 18. Further examples of advanced test method
management functionality would be to look at variable number of inputs and using calculated results as an
input for a subsequent calculation such as average weight, deliverable volumes etc.