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  • Live webinar on Data Management and Collaboration in GeneSpring Suite of Products

    Live webinar on 'Data Management and Collaboration in GeneSpring Suite of Products- An Overview and Demo'

    Session 1: 11 June; 9:00 PM PDT (12 June, 9:30 AM IST)
    Session 2: 12 June; 9:00 AM PDT (12 June, 9:30 PM IST)
    Register for free! http://genespring-support.com/sites/...rt-export.html

    Speakers:

    Abstract:
    A collaborative research environment requires seamless interaction between scientists enabling them to share, review and add on to their analysis. The GeneSpring suite of products, including Mass Profiler Professional (MPP) offers a simple export / import functionality that enables scientists to export their experimental project data and share it with their collaborators working with GeneSpring.

    A project in GeneSpring can hold several individual experiments of various types, along with the associated technologies. All of the experiments within a project with the downstream analysis, pathways and visualization can be exported from GeneSpring as a single *.tar file. The *.tar file can be easily shared with others via Google Drive or Dropbox. At the collaborators location, the *.tar file can be imported back in to review and continue with the analysis.

    This webinar will focus on the following aspects of GeneSpring GX/ MPP's export / import functionality:
    • Storing projects in a local drive as backup or for transferring data between systems.
    • Saving projects to cloud storage space (Dropbox or Google Drive).
    • Sharing of projects between collaborators using cloud storage.
    • Importing projects from storage devices including local drive, Dropbox, or Google Drive.
    • Options available to export associated data with a project and importing back into


    For more information, please write to informatics_suppor[at]agilent.com

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