It's just a small microbiology lab that currently records everything on paper, and there's quite few mutants as well. Is Excel commonly used for this sort of thing? Or is there a better software to manage a lab?
Thanks for any help
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I would go for StrainControl Laboratory Manager. Works perfect and covers all needs of a lab. Do not go for all the "free" stuff since they rely on a active sponsor and your data is never safe.
StrainControl is free for 3 months and if you want to continue use it you simply purchase the Admin password and all your data is saved.
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