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QATrack+ Screenshots

Here you will find a selection of screenshots showing both the front end interface and the administrators interface.

Main User Interface

Choosing a unit to perform QA on

Choosing a unit to perform QA on in QA

Choosing a test list to perform

Tables of test lists contain information about when the test list was last performed, when it is next due and the status of the tests from the last qa session

Choosing a test list to perform

Performing a test list

The interface for performing test lists. The image below demonstrates simple numerical inputs as well as calculated values (e.g. temperature-pressure correction and dose)

Performing QA

Test procedures can be embedded using plain text, html, or links to external documents

Embedded Test Procedures

Overview of units QA program

There are multiple options for keeping tabs on the current status of your QA program, including an overview page summarizing the current status of QA on all units.

QA Overview image

Review Test List History

Choose a QA session from the past to review.

List of historical QA sessions

Review an individual QA session.

Review a QA session

Data plotting

QATrack+ has a convenient interface for plotting and trending historical QA data. Both basic plots and statistical process control charts are available.

Basic Trending Functions

Statistical Process Control Charts

Administrators Interface

QATrack+ has a built in administrators backend for defining tests, references & tolerances, and managing users and groups.

Main Admin Page

Manage user

Defining Tests

The interface for defining tests is simple to use and allows you to choose between a number of different test types.

Defining a new test

Test values can be computed from the results of other tests using the Composite test type.

Defining a new test

Creating Test Lists

Lists of tests to be performed together are easily defined.

Defining a new test list

References & Tolerances

Setting and updating reference and tolerance values for a test on a unit is easily achieved through the admin interface.

Setting references and tolerances

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