"Analysis" counts are now simply "Standard" counts for all apps.
All apps now support up to 10 standard counts per session.
All apps now display a second results table with the session sum (total count) after each new count.
All apps now display a table with all individual session counts in the "Session summary" screen for quick review.
All apps now display "Empty bucket" screen after "Results" and "Session summary" screen before “Save session” screen.
The "Tare" step is now only required on first standard count performed in a session for all apps.
Large numbers are now abbreviated.
Whiteleg shrimp post-larvae users can now pick between 3 different workflows: Count, Monitor and Ship.
The “Count” workflow is the fastest and most accurate way of counting organisms. The Count workflow does not provide any sizing information.
The “Monitor” workflow is designed for continuous quality monitoring of aquatic populations. A population refers to a homogeneous group of organisms. Populations should share a hatch date, breeding origin and be grown in the same tank. Monitoring sessions include counting AND sizing information. A population ID and date of hatch is required when performing monitoring sessions so data can be aggregated. Sizing accuracy is improved in the monitoring workflow.
The “Ship” option provides a dedicated flow for optimizing shipment operations, and is available for bag, gravimetric (weight) and volumetric (volume) methodologies. The shipment workflow helps optimize shipment accuracy by calculating sample averages, performing extrapolations based on the desired shipment amount and suggesting the ideal required amount of bags/weight/volume needed to meet shipment requirements.
The “Tare” step has been entirely removed from all workflows (Count + Monitor + Ship) for Whiteleg shrimp post-larvae users. This means water and organisms must be added at the same time, instead of in 2 steps. The only instances where a tare is still required is before a Small or Large count, for customers who have those options enabled.
Complete visual redesign for a richer and more unified experience across XpertSea products.
“My reports” becomes “Sessions” for a more consistent naming scheme across XperCount and Portal.
Sessions now open in popups instead of loading in a separate page so users remain within the context of the page they were viewing when inspecting session data.
New “Activity” page bundles sessions and workflows together by application and sorts them by time frame, allowing users to review all their organization’s activity at a glance.
Sessions (previously Reports) are now filtered by application instead of by XperCount. Organizations with multiple applications will now see an app switcher dropdown in the top right corner of the screen on pages where information can be filtered by application.
All data tables now have pagination navigation and controls for the number of rows displayed per page.
All data tables now have a “Download to csv” button (placed under a vertical “More” button in the top right corner of the table). This action triggers a csv download that includes all object data for table rows that are currently visible. Users can adjust the number of rows per page to export up to a maximum of 250 rows per csv download. There is no limit on csv downloads.
Users can now belong to multiple organizations. Switch between organizations by clicking on the account dropdown in the upper right corner and selecting “Switch organization".
New “Populations” page for Whiteleg shrimp post-larvae users. A new population is created when a user enters a new Population ID when using the Monitor workflow on the XperCount. Sessions that share a population ID and date of hatch will be grouped in a unique population page, enabling data binding and time series analysis.
New “Shipments” page for Whiteleg shrimp post-larvae users. A new shipment report is generated after each shipment performed with the Shipment workflow on the XperCount. Shipment reports contain detailed information about the order, animals, sampling performed and final results.
**The new Portal is officially supported in Google Chrome only. Click here to download Chrome for free.
Timestamps in the Portal are now displayed according to the time zone settings of the XperCount that produced the session instead of in GMT.
When multiple Microalgae counts are performed within a session, the “Total count” field now displays the average of all individual cell density counts instead of the sum. This change also affects all historical sessions.