Suggestions for good Electronic Notebook Software
Posted in the Pharmacology Forum
#1 Jan 15, 2009
There are some free ELN's out there but you get what you pay for. I work for Rescentris Inc who make CERF, the only ELN that is both Mac and Windows compatible and fully 21 CFR 11 compliant. Obviously I am biased, but we believe our product is the best. Unlike some of the other systems, CERF is infinitely flexible, extensible, and customizable. Check it out at www.rescentris.com
#2 Feb 8, 2009
Free, you get what you pay for?
That's like saying - you can drink natural spring water for free, but why not pay 6 dollars for a bottle of pure spring water from my company - we have really good water.
Whatever, there are so many free solutions, I think people that pay you tons of money (like the government, more government waste-I mean stimulation) are just throwing their money away. Just use any word processing program or Onenote or something.:)
#3 Mar 24, 2009
I had the same question and I found a couple of free solutions on http://download.cnet.com , search "ELN"
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