LabArchives Release Supports Math Equations With Image Annotation Coming Soon

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LabArchives continues with its rapid development pace and adds new features in response to customer requests.

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LabArchives Electronic Laboratory Notebook is now in use at institutions on 6 continents

LabArchives is continuing with the rapid development of their flagship Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN) with the release of a new version containing the ability to create, edit, and view mathematical equations in MathML and TeX format. This latest release is immediately and automatically available to all hosted LabArchives subscribers. The company also has announced another release next week containing the ability to annotate images.

"Two of the most requested features for LabArchives are the ability to enter and view mathematical equations and to annotate images," said Earl B. Beutler, President and CEO of LabArchives, LLC. "Our development team has rapidly responded to the needs of our customers and has completed work on these key functions."

According to the company, the new Math Equation Editor utilizes the industry standard TeX and MathML languages, well known by scientists who regularly require this functionality.

LabArchives is a browser based application which can be used on the secure LabArchives servers, or can be locally installed. It is available in both a free and Pro version; the free version is fully functional, limited only by the amount of storage provided and includes the tablet compatibility.

About LabArchives: LabArchives, LLC was founded by a team of experts in scientific computing and web-based development. It was established in 2009 to create an affordable and easy-to-use solution to the problem of laboratory organization and collaboration. It is used by scientists on 6 continents to store, organize, share, and publish laboratory data

LabArchives is a Trademark of LabArchives, LLC in the United States and/or other countries. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

For more information, press only:
Earl B. Beutler, +1 760-579-0342 x529, ebeutler(at)labarchives(dot)com

For more information on LabArchives:
http://www.LabArchives.com

To create a free LabArchives account:
http://mynotebook.labarchives.com/signup

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