Version 2.5.0 of 2020-11-13.
The application keeps track of samples stored in containers.
Each sample or container is identified by a unique number, the UID.
From a technical point of view, the samples and containers are, inherited from a class called Object.
The objects carry the following information:
- movements: move into container or stock removal (they can not be deleted)
- the events.
Other information is specific to either samples or containers.
For the latter, the storage conditions (product used, standardized associated risk) can be described.
Visit the project site:https://www.collec-science.org
List of contributors to the project (alphabetical order)
- Julien Ancelin (INRAE)
- Isabelle Billy (Université Bordeaux 1)
- Arnaud Caillo (OASU - UMS 2567 POREA / EPOC)
- Oton Copi (University of Grenoble-Alpes)
- Sylvie Damy (University of Franche-Comté)
- Hector Linyer (University of La Rochelle)
- Alexandre Maindron (University of Franche-Comté)
- Cécile Pignol (University of Savoie Mont-Blanc)
- Christine Plumejeaud (University of La Rochelle)
- Marie-Claude Quidoz (CEFE - CNRS Montpellier)
- Éric Quinton (INRAE)
Copyright © 2016-2020 Eric Quinton for INRAE
Version 1.0 of the software has been registered with the Agency for the Protection of Programs under number IDDN.FR.001.470013.000.S.C.2016.000.31500
Collec-Science can be cited in articles with the DOI 10.5281/zenodo.1745363
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