Once the experiment is completed, you will get the report of the execution, and if sample information are provided during the preparation, this report will contains all the information about the processed samples.

Before validating the report and access the export file you can:

Correct and complete sample info

a. All Labware ID and Sample ID are still editable

b. Fill Child ID

This Child ID is the unique identifier of the processed sample.

You can fill Child ID by typing or scanning barcode with your barcode wand (see this article for more info). Alternatively, you can ask OneLab to generate either one or all the child IDs

When you click on "+ Child ID", OneLab will generate the ID based on the parent sample ID and add an incremental suffix at the end.

This child ID is directly editable.

Example after clicking on "+ Child ID":

Also, you can ask OneLab to generate all child IDs in a row by clicking on "Autofill all of child IDs"

Validate report and retrieve sample information

a. Click on "Validate report" on the top right of the screen

Note: It will no longer be possible to edit IDs (Labware, Sample nor Child).

b. Export sample information from target labware

Once the experiment report validated, the export of sample information is available.

Click on "Export sample information" and then select the format that you prefers.

You will be able to retrieve all the information available for samples that are contained in the target labware.

👩‍🔬 Now you can go back to OneLab homepage and continue your work!

Learn how to Access to experiment report information


Annex: List of exported data


ID of the processed/child sample filled by user


Internal OneLab unique identifier of the processed/child sample


Name of the labware (target labware) defined in the protocol


ID of the target labware filled by user


Internal OneLab unique identifier of the target labware


Position in the plate (multiwell)


Well numbering of the plate (multiwell), match numbering of regular automated liquid handlers (e.g. Tecan)


Name of the parent sample (source sample) defined in the protocol as "sample reference". See more information here.


ID of the parent sample filled by user


Internal OneLab unique identifier of the parent sample


Calculated final concentration of the parent sample in the child sample


Unit of the calculated final concentration


Calculated final volume of the (child) sample


Internal OneLab identifier of the experiment


Name of the executed protocol


Internal OneLab identifier of the protocol


Version number executed in this experiment


Timestamp of the end of the experiment


Internal OneLab identifier of the experiment operator


Full name of the experiment operator


Name of the used worskstation ; will be set as "Manual" for manual experiment


Serial number of the workstation


Internal OneLab unique identifier of the related process that is in this case, the experiment

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