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Release Notes: October 2021
Release Notes: October 2021

Jupyter Notebooks (beta), Adding Data Fields in Bulk, Custom Identifiers

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Written by Anoä Calpas
Updated over a week ago

We have new wicked features for the spookiest month of the year. Witches and ghouls got nothing on us!

This month's magic potion contains:

Jupyter Notebooks (beta)

We've recently launched an exciting new feature in beta...You can now embed executable Jupyter Notebooks in your Protocols and Experiments!

Use them in conjunction with the Labstep Python SDK to automatically analyse the data from your experiments and attach graphs and processed data.

Additionally, you can use them to pull together data from multiple experiments for further analysis or automate other tasks on Labstep, such as deleting or sharing Protocols.

Please get in touch with us here if you would like to be part of our beta program for Jupyter Notebooks.

Adding Data Fields in Bulk

Last month we introduced adding Metadata in bulk, and this month we're introducing adding Data fields in bulk to your Protocols and Experiments via a super handy spreadsheet.

We've made it easier than ever to capture multiple experimental parameters and variables simultaneously and in a structured way!

Custom Identifiers

Your Experiments can now have Custom Identifiers automatically assigned as they are created. You just have to select a prefix, and the number will auto-increment with each new experiment. Additionally, you can search for Experiments using the Custom Identifier by typing it in the search bar. It works like magic!

If you would like to configure the custom identifier for your Workspace, please get in touch with us here.

That's it for now...

Something missing?

If there's a feature you'd like to see in the next release, let us know here or use the in-app chat function.

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