VQ Reporter

The VQ Reporter Tool is available to users and was designed to assist the user in submitting service and applications reports for review by the inviCRO service team. The tool offers a variety of pre-defined report sequences as well as an option for a manual report. Reports are bundled into zip files and automatically submitted to the appropriate personnel.

NOTE: Only information visible in the VQ Reporter window is uploaded when a report is submitted. No personal, confidential, or otherwise hidden information is collected.

How to use the VQ Reporter Tool

The VivoQuant may be downloaded at VivoQuant.com.

To install the software, double-click on the installer icon on the Desktop and follow the default install instructions.

To open the VivoQuant double-click on the VQ icon, the option to place the VQ icon on the Desktop is presented during installation.

The VQ Help Reporter can be selected from the help menu in the taskbar on the top of the VivoQuant window under "Request Help".

Initializing the VQ Help Reporter will save a copy of the session currently in-progress.

Most reports will first request a written description of the problem to be included in a text file attached to the report.

For all reports, it is possible to add additional files and images using the four "Add" buttons arrayed across the left-hand side of the tool.

The "Add Files" button opens a window that can be used to manually select files. Note that multiple files may be selected simultaneously for inclusion in the report.

The "Add DICOM" button opens the Data browser where files may be selected. To load into the Reporter, either press the "Open" button or right-click and choose "Load into Reporter".

The "Add Comment" button opens a text dialogue that may be used to add additional written comments to the report.

The "Add Screenshot" button opens a screenshot acquisition dialogue. The dialogue has a capture delay to allow files to be opened or procedures begun prior to acquisition of the screenshot.

In addition to the manual "Add"-button options, the pre-defined report options will automatically gather certain files. If we again look at CT Image Quality as an example, we can see that certain X-Ray configuration and calibration files were automatically added to the report. In this example report, we can see these files as well as the description.txt file, system registry files (automatically gathered), example DICOM files, a screenshot, a comment file, and a manually selected "User file".

It is possible to review some low-level items in the Content section by double-clicking on them. For example, in the screenshot above, all System Information collected for the report has been displayed. Images with common extensions (i.e., .png, .jpg, .gif) may also be previewed. Double-clicking on DICOM data will preview the DICOM header using the DICOM Dump tool.

It is also possible to rename entries in the Contect section by double-clicking on the top-level element.

Once all of the necessary files, screenshots, comments, and images have been loaded into the report, press "Send" to zip the file and submit it for review by the appropriate inviCRO team member. We also recommend use of the "Save" button to save a copy of the report for internal use.

If there are difficulties in sending the file from within the Reporter, please save the zip file to a local machine and then, please email support@invicro.com with a link to your report.

NOTE: A contact email must be included to "Save" or "Send" the report.

Please contact support@invicro.com should you have any questions.