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10 reasons to try an electronic lab notebook — eCAT version 3.3!

We’re launching a new version of the electronic lab notebook eCAT today.  Why is version 3.3 special?

First, the new features:

  1. a familiar dashboard modelled on Google Docs
  2. the ability to import spreadsheets, images and documents with a couple of clicks
  3. an extensive set of useful templates — experiments, antibodies, CHiP extracts, protocols and many more
  4. a notifications system
  5. a complete series of brief  ‘how to’ videos, embedded on each page of the application, describing the actions you can do on that page.

Second, enhanced support for people interested in learning about electronic lab notebooks and testing eCAT:

  1. The electronic lab notebook blog, covering everything you want to know about electronic lab notebooks
  2. A series of tutorial videos — such as eCAT for PIsGoogle Docs and eCAT, Wikis and eCAT, Patent protection with eCAT, etc.  —  available on our website
  3. An automatic installer that makes it a breeze to set up an eCAT trial
  4. This eCAT blog,  discussing how to get the most out of eCAT and answering questions from users

Third, a growing number of forward looking PIs are adopting eCAT because it combines ease of use, flexibility and the ability to add structure to their research data and enhance collaboration in the lab.  Here’s what Professor Mike Shipston, Director of the Centre for Integrative Physiology at the University of Edinburgh, has to say:


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