{Starting with a Lab Notebook}

Today I started to read a book, like a thesis guide to start doing my dissertation. It’s time, and with something I must to start this trip.


I will be using folders and files (*.odt) using LibreOffice to write or create my Lab Notebook. I really wanted to buy a paper lab Notebook but money is an obstacle for now, so the alternatives are there in the Internet for free.

Later I search information of how to put down the information. I need help on this, because I have 6 years outside of a laboratory.

Links I found useful:

– http://colinpurrington.com/tips/academic/labnotebooks

– http://kinardf.people.cofc.edu/AllCourses/LaboratoryNotebook.htm

– http://www.princeton.edu/main/news/archive/S18/65/99O25/index.xml


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