RSpace Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) Demonstration
As a part of the Cushing Whitney Medical Library’s Endangered Data Week programming, Rob Day and Rory Macneil will present two demonstrations of RSpace, the Connected Electronic Lab Notebook.
The RSpace ELN is designed for labs that want to transition to a compliant and secure documentation platform, but need something that’s intuitive and easy to use. Something that everyone can get started with quickly, and the PI can use to keep tabs on what’s happening in the lab.
Through the demo you will learn how to get started, see options for organizing your lab group, understand sharing and collaboration, be introduced to document and template creation, managing and annotating images, support for chemistry, and learn how to set up and take advantage of the many optional integrations like those with protocols.io, OneDrive and Google Drive.
RSpace has some powerful capabilities in the following areas:
Flexibility: RSpace doesn’t force you into a limited number of restricted workflows; it gives you tools to enhance your existing workflows.
Traceability: Linking and unique IDs, added to powerful search capability, simplify finding data and documents and relations between them.
Connectivity: RSpace is interoperable with a wide range of general purpose and science-specific tools, including file storage apps OneDrive, Google Drive, Box and Dropbox, tools like protocols.io, Github and Slack, and data repositories like Figshare and Dataverse. It’s easy to get data out of RSpace in a variety of formats, e.g. pdf, html and xml, so you’ll never be locked into RSpace.
If you have any questions before the class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Monday, February 25, 2019
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- Anlyan Center TAC N203 Conference Room
- Medical School