Update 2D-LC method database

The 2D-LC method database - a collaboration between the University of Amsterdam and Gustavus Adolphus College - has been doubled in size with the addition of all methods from 2011 until 2015. The layout and presentation has furthermore been optimized based on feedback. We continue to update the database backwards in time. We are also further investigating other helpful tools to search and filter the database.
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The 2D-LC method database – a collaboration between the University of Amsterdam and Gustavus Adolphus College – has been doubled in size with the addition of all methods from 2011 until 2015. The layout and presentation has furthermore been optimized based on feedback. We continue to update the database backwards in time. We are also further investigating other helpful tools to search and filter the database.

The maintenance and processing of literature into this database is manual, human work which involves a lot of reading and thus may contain errors. You can help out by checking whether your own publications have been processed correctly.

On a side note, there is – of course – also a large amount of useful literature which does not encompass an application. These papers do thus not appear in the database. We are looking into how to efficiently present them on another page.

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