Yes, a suggestion would be to use the Inventories in SciNote. They are personalized repositories that allow you to manage samples, reagents, instruments, plasmids, etc. By creating custom columns, you can include information that is unique to each inventory, such as validation date for instruments or expiration date for reagents.
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- How do I add samples to inventories?
- Are inventory entries limited by number of characters or file size?
- Can anyone besides the person who uploaded the sample in an inventory edit its entry?
- What is the best method for keeping data e.g. results of a specific sample in SciNote (e. g. NMR, MS, chromatograms, etc.)?
- How can I delete an inventory?
- How can I create an inventory?
- Can I edit the default table columns in an inventory?
- How can I add new table columns in inventory?
- How many inventories can I create?
- Is it possible to upload the information about lab equipment (e.g. HPLC, UV machine, etc.) into SciNote?