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Or grammatically correct sentence on bottom.

Using the laboratory you can filter picks by differents parameters and find a best strategy for you.

If I correct understand the top sentence is compound: 1. Using the laboratory you can filter picks by differents parameters 2. find a best strategy for you.

The first sentence have the subject you and the predicate can and it this sentence is active voice.

My question is or correct is use part Using the laboratory in begin of sentence but not as example

You can filter picks using the laboratory by differents parameters

or

You can filter picks by differents parameters using the laboratory

What part of sentence is : using the laboratory?

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  • Both by different parameters and using the laboratory are adverbial clauses (syntactically optional adjuncts). They can be in either sequence (and we could add more such elements, such as tomorrow, once you know how, easily, etc.). – FumbleFingers Aug 31 '15 at 14:48

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