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How to organize your lab with the electronic lab notebook eCAT

Posted by rory on September 20th, 2010 @ 8:41 am

Overview of setting up  the electronic lab notebook eCAT up for a lab.  Shows how to set eCAT up with three sets of folders:  a Users section for information managed by individual users, such as experiments; a Lab Resources section for lab wide-wide information like lab protocols and constructs; and a Projects section for things worked on in groups.  Explains how to set up sharing and permissions for each of these three folders to establish a desirable mix of privacy and group access to records.  Finally, explains how to use Preferences to configure eCAT to reflect group and individual working style and work flow.

http://www.axiope.com/electronic-lab-notebook/video/ecat_3.3.0/tutorials/research/research.flv

The electronic lab notebook eCAT for postdocs and graduate students

Posted by rory on August 31st, 2010 @ 1:00 pm

eCAT lets you keep some records private and share others with those who need to see them, like your PI. It’s incredibly easy to use and at the same time helps you to get organized – no more scrabbling around for random  spreadsheets, image files and word documents. The perfect way to move from paper to an integrated electronic system. Watch this video and learn how.

http://www.axiope.com/electronic-lab-notebook/video/ecat_3.3.0/tutorials/postdocs/postdocs.flv

Running a trial of the electronic lab notebook eCAT

Posted by rory on August 31st, 2010 @ 12:00 pm

This brief video is a step by step guide to running a trial of eCAT. It covers things like setting up file stores, configuring eCAT for initial use, and tips on a successful role out to a group of new users.

http://www.axiope.com/electronic-lab-notebook/video/ecat_3.3.0/tutorials/trial/trial.flv

Patent preparation with the electronic lab notebook eCAT

Posted by rory on August 31st, 2010 @ 11:00 am

If you’re planning to file for a patent, you need to put in place appropriate SOPs and prove that you followed them in practice. This video covers how to do that with eCAT.

http://www.axiope.com/electronic-lab-notebook/video/ecat_3.3.0/tutorials/patents/patents.flv