Archive for April, 2011
At Cytobank, we do cytometry in the “cloud”. What does that mean and how can that help you?
- Surviving the Data deluge
- Clarity, Access, and Collaboration
- Security and Back-up
Recently, some folks were asking on the Purdue Cytometry list about cytometry data analysis on the iPad. We’re happy to say that Cytobank does a great job of enabling you to view your cytometry data on the iPad and iPhone. We’ve just rolled out some changes that make it even easier.
Watch a brief video demonstrating Cytobank on the iPad.
Two big meetings are on our calendar for May. Are you attending either of these? If so, come say hello and tell us how you use Cytobank to share and analyze your flow data.
You may have noticed a little black-and-white box in the top right corner of your printed Illustrations. This box is a two-dimensional barcode called a QR code.
The QR code for every printed Illustration from Cytobank encodes:
- Name of Experiment
- Name of Illustration
- Link to Illustration (print view)