All information pertaining the BioNumerics database. This includes import of descriptive information about strains, accession or biological samples (commonly referred to as entries in BioNumerics), modifications to the database layout and setup, entry selections, user management, etc.

Selecting entries in a database

This tutorial illustrates how you can select entries manually using the keyboard, or using a powerful Google-like search window.

Configuring the database layout

The BioNumerics user interface is very flexible and can be customized to a high degree by the user, for example by hiding information fields, panels and toolbars which are not needed in the context of an analysis, or by only displaying database items based on user-defined settings using views (e.g. only displaying my own experiment types, only displaying database entries that were added to the database in the last 30 days, etc.).

Entry information fields and their properties

This tutorial illustrates how to specify entry field properties, offering a quick visual discrimination of fields using colors and ensuring correct inputting of the data.

Creating a new database

This tutorial illustrates how to create a new, empty BioNumerics database using the default settings.

Adding entry information

This tutorial illustrates how you can add sample or strain information to your BioNumerics database. Adding this information can be done either manually via the keyboard, or with the import routines available in the software. The BioNumerics import tools allow information to be imported from external files such as text and Excel files.

Import a gel file

How to import and process a gel file?


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