This week, LabArchives released a new version of its Electronic Laboratory Notebook.
The tool lets users store and retrieve different types of documents including images, view earlier versions of pages or documents with details of changes that were made, create and use templates for routine laboratory tasks, and tag entries using a user-defined controlled vocabulary, among other features.
Current customers will receive the upgrade free of charge.
The Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Maryland has released Cufflinks version 1.0.1
The new version includes a reference annotation based transcript assembly mode, improvements to Cuffdiff, bias correction, added support for handling multi-mapping reads, and several bug fixes, among other updates.