Under Protocol repository, you will find a collection of publicly accessible resource for experimental protocols.
Work with code gathers tools designed to make the coder’s life easier and Work with data tools to generate and analyze data sets, including many R-based tools.
These experience reports would not only be useful for researchers to identify relevant research questions, but they would also be useful for software development organizations to share relevant information.
Industrial experience reports may be as concise as an author wishes, provided that they cover the above items.
Over time, it is expected that such empirical results will form a body of knowledge leading to widely accepted and well-formed theories.
The journal also offers industrial experience reports detailing the application of software technologies - processes, methods, or tools - and their effectiveness in industrial settings.Also on the hardware side, the internet of things is coming to laboratories and connecting instrumentation to the internet.Platforms to Find and share samples help you disseminate and find materials and biological samples.Article visualization tools enhance your reading experience, for instance, by helping you navigate from a paper to another.Search engines and curators (back to top) Managing large sets of data and programing code is already unavoidable for most researchers.And under Crowdfunding, you will find tools that help you collect funds for research from others.Connect with experts and researchers (back to top) Here is a collection of tools that help researchers in their everyday tasks.Under Outreach, find tools that help you communicate your research to the general public.Citizen science, gathers tools to help you involve the general public in your research efforts, by sharing CPU time, or counting birds for example.Go to Lab and project management, for tools that help manage stocks and equipments in the lab as well as project management tools for research.You’ll also find a selection of Electronic lab notebooks developed with academic researchers in mind first. Outsourcing experiments is increasingly common in academic research, in part thanks to several sites that are making it easier and cheaper.