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RSpace is a 'connected' electronic lab notebook that allows researchers to easily incorporate data from external applications like Word and Excel, external resources like Dropbox, One Drive, and Google Drive and lab and institutional storage facilities hosting sequencing data and images. RSpace is easy to use, supports common lab workflows, and integrates with Slack, Microsoft Teams, Mendeley, the eCAT sample management system and other tools. There is a fully featured free version, and it's easy to get data out of RSpace so you will never be locked in.


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Principal Investigator (PI) at University of Pittsburgh

Assistant Professor Oval 17

Easy to use and better than the one my University offers.

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Posted: 1 year ago

Jenny Ro

Post-doc at Harvard Medical School

The best academic ELN ever! Oval 17

I've tried other popular "free" ELNs that university people use as well as a paid one (LabGuru) in the past. I stumbelled upon RSpace about 6 months ago and I've now migrated from Microsoft OneNote to RSpace to use it as my primary ELN. The integrated tools like Dropbox and Slack are awesome as I use them everyday for the lab work and their smart unique ID generation for linked objects puts document searching to a whole new level! I think their philosophy of integrating with already existing tools that reserchers already use is the future of academic ELN. I hate dealing with single platform bound tools like built-in messaging app, etc in an ELN. Those tools are often glitchy and don't work as well. 

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Posted: 1 year ago

Rob Day

Alumnus at OSU

Try for free.. Oval 17

RSpace is specifically designed to help academic labs record, manage and trace the provenance of their data. You can see for yourself why RSpace is growing so quickly by trying the free Community version here: https://community.researchspace.com

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Posted: 1 year ago
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