What is Findings? Findings is a research assistant and lab notebook app that allows users to keep their research notes organized and up-to-date. The app helps users browse their results, reproduce experiments, and publish their discoveries. Users can organize their entries based on status or into collections for research projects, collaborations, and reports. Findings allows users to attach files to their entries, preview them with QuickLook, and edit them in their favorite applications. The app generates a lab notebook automatically in PDF format based on all the entries. Findings also has a menu dedicated to frequently accessed documents and resources. Users can easily export their experiments and protocols to PDF and collaborate with others. The app automatically syncs to Dropbox to share documents on all devices.
1. Findings lets you organize your entries based on status, or into collections for research projects, collaborations, reports,... All in one place, easy to browse and search, always saved.
2. With Findings, your research files are right where they belong, within the corresponding entry, copied in your library: no more accidental deletion, no more editing of the wrong file, no more cloud incantation.
3. Findings has a menu dedicated to your frequently accessed documents: periodic table, amino acids, restriction enzymes, or any of the information you need to look up for your research.
4. Procedures, processes, recipes, guides... They have a special place in Findings, where you can browse, edit, organize and share them with others in the lab, or with the rest of the world.
5. Findings helps you browse your results, reproduce crucial experiments, and assemble and publish your discoveries.
6. Findings can easily export any subset or all of your experiments and protocols to PDF, with all the attachments neatly arranged in folders.
7. Based on all your entries, Findings generates a lab notebook automatically, in PDF format, that you can directly access from the app or your disk.
8. Findings combines the best of a research assistant and a lab notebook.
9. Your research journal literally prints itself out! And if you need more control, you can just as easily print the entries of your choice, for the dates of your choice.
10. With our smart export/import features, you can also collaborate directly with Findings, and choose what to share, when and with whom.
11. Findings also has built-in tables for quick data entry.
Download and Install Findings - PC
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.
Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you
Ok, but why?
Having a way to easily manage and organize research is an appealing idea, and the ability to use templates and have ready access to timers and resources is a nice touch…but I struggle to see what if anything this app provides that is not done as well or better by other apps like one note, evernote, or even Microsoft notes. Do you really need to spend $50 on the pro version of this app when you might get the same functionality from other free apps? I suppose my biggest issue with this digital lab notebook is that if you are doing real research that might lead to a patent you still need to keep an old school bound lab notebook to provide a sufficient record of your work. Its an interesting idea to niche an otherwise routine notes app, I just don’t see where this one becomes more capable because of it.
Great organization app!!
I'm a research assistant in a lab and this helps me stay so organized!! I love how it functions as a to-do list, companion in the lab with timers, and easily organizes and exports my data so that I can share with others.
One thing I would love would be a way to export the entries in journal format from an entire collection at once! I use collections to organize all my entries from different projects so it would be great to be able to export a journal for each project. (Especially thinking as someone leaving my lab in the next year, would definitely help preserve the longevity of my projects :) )
Edit: Still want the feature to export an entire collection at once to PDFs, and a calendar view would be really helpful, as I'm doing multi day experiments and trying to plan around days out of the lab
Amazing app for every graduate student in the sciences and in general
Love this app! The full version is worth it. My purposes for using this app is to back up my physical lab notebook and organize my data and experiments for inclusion in my dissertation so I do not have to rummage through notebooks trying to decipher my terrible handwriting and penmanship. I highly recommend it! The cloud services would be nice if they expanded beyond Dropbox like Google Drive or Box, but I really have no use for the app on other computers or my phone since I do the bulk of my recording at my laptop.
It seems they are selling users data like search results etc to third party which can end up in criminals hand and can be bad for the users, I dont know if they have family or not, but I wish same thing should happen to their data and family as they are doing to users so that way they can learn a respoinsible way of stealing users data. they are even taking away keystrokes of the users. that way they are selling all the info data to third party which is their another face and hope their families go through the same and their data and info should be in wrong hands if they do this to people.
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