Data Wrangling | GenomeWeb

Data Wrangling

The blogger at Biostumblematic discusses data management and wonders whether that is the key to more open science. After all, sharing data would be a lot easier if you could find it. The blogger suggests that academic labs take a page from industry and try using Laboratory Information Management Systems. However, many LIMS are pricey, so a further suggestion is to develop a simple, open-source system.

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