IDBS E-WorkBook 9.4 Electronic Laboratory Notebook
News Jan 14, 2014
IDBS' E-WorkBook 9.4 is a data-centric electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) designed to increase operational efficiency through secure and flexible management of all research and IP. It features a flexible suite of applications for data and sample management, analysis, reporting and IP retention. Key features include data visualization and data analysis capabilities, and chemical drawing that enable users to capture a wide variety of molecular types and to streamline chemistry data input.
Users also can define organometallic structures simply and efficiently. In addition, a customizable chemical data lookup functionality speeds collaboration and data retrieval from external repositories. The software supports direct addition of data to experiments at point-of-use, avoiding duplication of work. Removing the need to copy and paste information across data libraries safeguards accuracy by reducing potential for error.
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