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Please post comments concerning control software, scripts, data processing, calculations, etc., along with your script, spreadsheet, etc. if you'd like.
Calculations (programs, spreadsheets, etc.):
LIMS for Light Stable Isotopes
LIMS for Light Stable Isotopes is a Laboratory Information Management Program based on Microsoft Access for managing samples, analyses, reports, and other data in a stable isotope laboratory.
LIMS for Light Stable Isotopes currently imports isotopic data generated by IonVantage, ISODAT (Concurrent DOS version), ISODAT 1.5, ISODAT 2.0, and some other data formats.
The latest LIMS for Light Stable Isotopes
BACK END DATABASE
, import examples, and other information can be obtained by
contacting Tyler Coplen
of LIMS can be downloaded below:
Latest version—for use under 32-bit Microsoft Office 2010 (Note, LIMS does not run under 64-bit Microsoft Office 2010 because some ActiveX components have not yet been created for 64-bit Microsoft Office 2010)
Microsoft Office Prof 2010 LIMS in
Latest version—for use under Microsoft Office 2007
Microsoft Office Prof 2007 LIMS in
Latest version—for use under Microsoft Office 2003
Microsoft Office Prof 2003 LIMS in
Taken from Center for Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry (CSIB) at the University of California at Berkeley
Elemental Analyzer non-linearity corrections:
> The tutorial is available as a zip file. Download and decompress the zip file and follow the instructions in "instructions.doc". The tutorial requires Excel 5.0 or later, and windows 9.0 or later.
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