Electronic Lab Notebook by Labfolder

Manufacturer Labfolder
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5.0
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labfolder is an electronic lab notebook that enables researchers to record findings and make new discoveries. By reinventing the traditional paper lab notebook, our productivity & collaboration platform makes it easier to create, find, share, discuss & validate research data as a team.


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Electronic Lab Notebook

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Average Rating: 5.0
1 Scientist has reviewed this product

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  • Ease of use
    5 out of 5
    After sales service
    5 out of 5
    Value for money
    5 out of 5
Easy-to-use and powerful ELN, it was the right choice for my lab.
Rating: 5.0

  • Application Area: Recording experiments digitally in an electronic lab notebook.

"Easily one of the best and most easy-to-use ELNs, and I've spent months conducting an extensive review of the available options. If I had to list only 3 benefits, they would be: 1. Integration with Word, Excel, pdfs, and can store all other types of files 2. Very smart search capabilities - haven't seen anyone else offer this, for most providers either the search functionality is limited to keyword search or you have to be a developer to extract the data you're looking for 3. Makes it easy to work with my team, as I can see all the relevant information without to have to ask for a copy"

Review date: 02 Jul 2018 | Electronic Lab Notebook

labfolder is an electronic lab notebook that enables researchers to record findings and make new discoveries. By reinventing the traditional paper lab notebook, our productivity & collaboration platform makes it easier to create, find, share, discuss & validate research data as a team.