These are some of the questions that I received in advance of the ELN Implementation Workshop at IQPC’s 9th annual conference on ELNs. The answers are a mix of my opinions and the consensus of the workshop attendees. For anybody viewing this post, please feel free to add your own comments.
The workshop slides are [...]
I’ve just read a post entitled Simple Essentials: Analog tools I love by biochembelle which seems to capture one of those worrying dilemmas we all seem to face from time to time. The old adage, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, can create some consternation when you’re busy working away, using only tried, trusted [...]
One of the big arguments in favour of an Electronic Lab Notebook is of course the ability to share information with your co-workers. However, despite the obvious benefits of sharing, there’s always the ‘cultural’ issue to deal with as well, i.e. how happy am I to share my ideas, records and data with my co-workers? [...]
Do end-users fit the informatics requirements?
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I wrote a previous item, Are your users revolting?, dealing with the subject of technology adoption, and the issues associated with user acceptance. It is one of those topics that is absolutely central to the deployment of multi-user systems since user acceptance is regularly quoted as a success criterion. Over a period of time I’ve [...]