Interrelational laboratory information system for data storage and retrieval

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The necessity for a functional user friendly laboratory data management program has become evident as the quantity of information required for modern scientific research has increased to to titanic proportions. The required union of strong computer power, ease of operation, and adaptability have until recently been outside the realm of most research laboratories. This study examines the Apple Macintosh computer program Hypercard as an interactive laboratory information system that is user-friendly, cost effective, and adaptable to the changing demands within a modern molecular or microbiology.

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Gregory, Michael W. (Michael Walter) August 1989.

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The necessity for a functional user friendly laboratory data management program has become evident as the quantity of information required for modern scientific research has increased to to titanic proportions. The required union of strong computer power, ease of operation, and adaptability have until recently been outside the realm of most research laboratories. This study examines the Apple Macintosh computer program Hypercard as an interactive laboratory information system that is user-friendly, cost effective, and adaptable to the changing demands within a modern molecular or microbiology.

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Gregory, Michael W. (Michael Walter). Interrelational laboratory information system for data storage and retrieval, thesis or dissertation, August 1989; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc935708/: accessed September 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .