Getting started with LabTrove
Introduction to LabTrove
LabTrove provides a highly flexible electronic notebook (ELN) and data management system facilitating the capture of information and the use of this information in a collaborative environment.
LabTrove provides facilities for users to record their experiments through both manual creation of records and the automatic capture of data from scientific instruments. LabTrove enables users to define their own semantics for their projects to facilitate linking together processes, data, and analysis from experiments. Templates can be created to standardise the format of information and data captured across a team or repeated experiments.
For information about changing the appearance of LabTrove for accessibility reasons, see Accessibility.
Find out more
You can find out more about LabTrove at the following links:
You can see examples of LabTrove Notebooks at the LabTrove User link.
What to do next
- See Logging into LabTrove, to find out how to access and log into LabTrove.
- See Finding your way around LabTrove, to learn about the different features of LabTrove.
- When you have access to LabTrove you can create your own Notebook, see Creating and configuring a new eNotebook.
- Learn to create your own Notebook entries, see Creating eNotebook entries.