LabAssistant
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LabAssistant is a scientific program, developed to help you organize your (scientific) experiments instead of using multiple timers, stickies, and a labjournal.

Key features of LabAssistant are:
  • Create and manage incubation step for multiple experiments and get a reminder when your experiment has finished.
  • Manage a To Do List for things you have to do, and shouldn't forget.
  • Make reminders for e.g. talks or meetings which you want or have to attend either once or on a regular time base.
  • Organize your experiments, tasks and reminders in several (side)
What's New
Version 1.1:
  • Universal binary
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later








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Downloads:3,333
Version Downloads:108
Type:Education : Teaching Tools
License:Free
Date:14 Mar 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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LabAssistant is a scientific program, developed to help you organize your (scientific) experiments instead of using multiple timers, stickies, and a labjournal.

Key features of LabAssistant are:
  • Create and manage incubation step for multiple experiments and get a reminder when your experiment has finished.
  • Manage a To Do List for things you have to do, and shouldn't forget.
  • Make reminders for e.g. talks or meetings which you want or have to attend either once or on a regular time base.
  • Organize your experiments, tasks and reminders in several (side) projects
  • Create your own (simple) digital labjournal by logging your experiments automatically in a logbook.


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