Andrew Milsted

Andrew Milsted
University of Southampton · Faculty of Natural and Environmental Sciences

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The electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) has the potential to replace the paper notebook with a marked-up digital record that can be searched and shared. However, it is a challenge to achieve these benefits without losing the usability and flexibility of traditional paper notebooks. We investigate a blog-based platform that addresses the issues ass...
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System Description Appendix Document. The LabTrove Electronic Laboratory Notebook: System Description. (DOC)
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Supporting information notebook entry file. An example of material extracted from a laboratory notebook. The notebook entries relevant to a specific published paper [40] were extracted and converted to a static html representation, which can be viewed in any web browser. The archive is made available via the figshare service [41]. (DOCX)
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Generating structured data from unstructured and partially structured LabTrove entries. The zip file contains 3 files the python script (blogextract.py) used to generate the data described in Figure 5 and Table 1, the raw data generated as an html table (table.html), along with some minimal testing scripts (test.py). The blogextract.py script can b...
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The architecture and operation of the LabTrove system. (TIFF)
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Schematic diagram illustrating the main database tables and their interconnections. (TIFF)
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Schematic diagram illustrating the principal components of the PHP server process and the main flows of control between components. (TIFF)
Conference Paper
The original World Wide Web vision was of a global and shared information space, and the Web as we now know it is a powerful facilitator of scientific endeavour, as well as being vital for modern commerce, leisure, and public awareness. Recently, calls for scientific research to become more open have gathered momentum: in the UK, the Royal Society...
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Science, especially experimental science, has always depended on the careful capture of plans, actions, raw and processed data and conclusions. With scientific research now so inextricably dependent on computers, the use of an electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) is almost essential. The meticulous notebooks of Michael Faraday and other scientists...
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Understanding and predicting the Earth system requires the collaborative effort of scientists from many different disciplines and institutions. The National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO) and the National Centre for Atmospheric Science Climate Group (NCAS-Climate) are both high-profile interdisciplinary research centres involving numerous univ...
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The use of Web technologies to visualize and explore geoscientific data is now well-established (e.g. [1]). Many systems are now available, based upon standard approaches, to provide interactive online capabilities for publishing data, hiding much of the complexities of the underlying data and infrastructure. Recently, progress has been made in mov...
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The School of Chemistry at UNSW is undertaking a trial of an electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) with selected honours and postgraduate research students. This ELN was developed at the University of Southampton and has been designed to accommodate the diversity of research in science. The concept of an ELN is that all the data from instruments,...
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e-Malaria (http:--emalaria.soton.ac.uk-) aims to bring together 16–18 year old school students with university researchers to explain aspects of computational drug design using the example of the hunt for a new anti-Malaria drug. Malaria kills a child every 30 seconds, and 40% of the world's population lives in countries where the disease is...
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The paper will illustrate the “CombeChem Project” experience of supporting the chemical data lifecycle, from inception in the laboratory to organization of the data from the chemical literature. The paper will follow the different parts of the data lifecycle, beginning with a discussion of how the laboratory data could (or should) be recorded, and...
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Recently the funding councils in the UK stated that ‘the data underpinning the published results of publically-funded research should be made available as widely and rapidly as possible’. Thirty years ago a research student would present about five crystal structures as their PhD thesis, however with modern technologies and good crystals this can...
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The UK National Crystallography Service (NCS) has developed a prototype e-Science infrastructure for the provision of a small molecule crystallography service from sample receipt to results dissemination. This paper outlines the two strands this service, which a) enable a user to contribute in the conduction of an experiment and b) provides an effe...
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The paper will illustrate the "CombeChem Project" experience of supporting the chemical data lifecycle, from inception in the laboratory to organization of the data from the chemical literature. The paper will follow the different parts of the data lifecycle, beginning with a discussion of how the laboratory data could (or should) be recorded, and...

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