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Findings keeps all your experiments in one place, neatly arranged and easy to browse. At a glance, see what you have planned for today and this week. Once finished, your results are safely stored alongside your notes and the protocols you used. Assign experiments to specific projects, so you can focus on what matters most, the moment you need it. reating an experiment in Findings is incredibly easy and only requires two skills: drag and drop. Drop protocols into your week, and you are ready to go. Too busy today? Drag it to the next day. You may have just one day of work, and just one protocol. Or you may have four different protocols running in parallel over 2 months. Either way, you can see it, you can do it. In the lab, small mistakes can cost a lot. But being on top of things is not always easy when running multiple experiments. With Findings, you can get from the birds eye view to the nitty-gritty of your protocols at the click of a mouse. Throughout your busy day, you can follow your progress, add a quick note, edit your experiment conditions, and never forget a step. All in one place, always saved, always accessible to your future self. Nowadays, your experiment results are on your computer. But where? With Findings, you will never ask that question again. There is only one place those files should be: next to the experiment that produced them. Attachment files are copied in your Findings library, and are already organized for you. No more accidental deletion, no more overwriting, no more unintentional renaming. Most ELN software (Electronic Lab Notebook) store your files on a server and require you to be connected. With Findings, you always know where your files are: right here on your hard drive, easy to back up at your convenience, in a format that will remain open forever. You are in control of your data, this is your research.
Price USD29
License Free to try
File Size 8.44 MB
Version 1.4.2
Operating System Macintosh macOS 10.12 Sierra Mac OS X 10.10 Mac OS X 10.9 Mac OS X 10.11
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