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Samples

Canadian developer Scimatic Software has announced the release of its Samples laboratory management software, a management tool to organise experiments. Samples aims to streamline laboratory workflows by providing organised storage of all items that make up an experiment.

Samples, like a laboratory notebook, is used to record experimental findings, and provides search functionality, the ability to link images, documents, and data to an experiment, and the ability to share results through import and export functions. The software was built using the Microsoft's .Net framework and the Windows Presentation Framework (WPF).

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