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    Michael Rehman said:

    There are quite a number of options availble to do the job. There are web based softwares or there are crude means to storing data as in Evernote or MS Onenote. For me the bigger issue is the security of the stored information. I would also recommend the development of better integration of labelling softwares. Currently available softwares do not allow enough flexibility in labelling the data/images obtained from experiments, which means that one has to use a bunch of tools to finally save a document that would be considered acceptable as original as possible.

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    Roi Paz said:

    We use Docollab which is free to use, and easy to save, search and share experiments, protocols, projects and lab-notes.