When you join the Bio-Rad global EQAS family of participants, you won’t just be joining an EQAS program—you’ll also have access to our extensive training and educational resources. We offer training around EQAS Online/Mobile, including a user guide as well as setup and data submission instructions. We also bring you tools to help interpret your quantitative reports—including sample, end-of-cycle, method summary, and subgroup—and qualitative reports.
This tutorial provides a guide to interpreting two kinds of qualitative reports, the Peer Qualitative Sample Report and the Peer-Method-All Results Qualitative Sample Result Report.
This tutorial provides a guide to interpreting four kinds of quantitative reports, the Sample Report, End-of-Cycle Report, Method Summary Report, and Subgroup Report.
Bio-Rad does statistical analysis of results and uploads reports. Watch this video to see how you can access all available reports by selecting My EQAS Reports from the menu.
This user guide provides an introduction to EQAS Online, an overview of lab id’s and EQAS programs, and chapters on setup tests, user roles, data entry, and EQAS reports.
This video discusses the home page. If your lab participates in a program, the home page will automatically display relevant information, including your lab id and programs.
When we set up an online account for your lab, you’ll be assigned a unique lab id. To learn more about the process of being set up in an EQAS program, watch this tutorial.
This video discusses how your lab is set up in an EQAS program. When your lab enrolls in a program, we set up an account and assign an id—matched to your program results.
After setting up an EQAS program, you can add tests, configure them, or delete some. You can add them as a group or individually. Learn more by watching this tutorial.
The order of analytes on the Sort Tests page determines the order in which they appear while entering results. This video describes how you can sort them differently.
There are two types of users, primary and secondary. A lab can have only one primary, but multiple secondary users. Watch this tutorial to learn how to add secondary users.
You can use the Data Entry screen in EQAS Online to add sample results or edit existing results. Learn more about how to access this screen and enter your sample results.
Users can edit their profile at any time in EQAS Online by clicking their name link at the top of the page. This opens the My Profile page where users can edit select fields.
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