ChemBioOffice Ultra 2010 - A Great Benefit for Academia (영문)
 
 
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ChemBioOffice Ultra 2010 - A Great Benefit for Academia

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Of all the chemistry related software that I have used in both an industrial and academic setting, ChemBioOffice Ultra 2010 is one of the best and most useful. As an instrument for academia, the programs contained in ChemBioOffice’s are of great benefit not just for graduate students and professors’ but for the undergraduate students as well. One particular program, ChemBioDraw, has practically limitless uses.

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E-Notebook DataMart: High Performance Search & Data Extraction

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The CambridgeSoft E-Notebook DataMart has been designed to work with the fundamental architecture of the CambridgeSoft E-Notebook database, which is optimized as a ‘Transactional’ system (also known as an OLTP or Online Transaction-Processing system). The native data model is designed to provide high performance for researchers transactions, and to support the flexible configurations enabled by the application.

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ChemBioFinder.com vs. SciFinder

In general, CambridgeSoft database offerings are focused on commercial applicability, pharmaceutical utility and making relevant chemical information available readily. In comparison, SciFinder focuses on a complete compendium of all information, with pointers to the citing literature. Perhaps the most obvious product comparison between the two is ChemBioFinder.com, a database gateway from which users can search multiple databases with a single query.

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Reviewers Solicited

We are in search of reviewers to put CambridgeSoft products to the test. Of particular interest to us are comments on our newest release of ChemBioFinder, BioOffice, BioDraw, BioAssay, BioViz, Inventory, E-Notebook, and ChemACX. If you are up to the challenge, please contact our reviews department at reviews@cambridgesoft.com. Approved applicants will be eligible to receive free software in order to write the review. In addition, you will receive a free t-shirt if your story appears online or in print.

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Upcoming Events

January 13th, 2010 Biomolecules in ChemBioDraw and ChemBio3D

March 09th, 2010 CambridgeSoft Conference and User Meeting London

March 10th, 2010 Training: Desktop V12: ChemBioDraw, ChembioFinder and Chem3D

March 10th, 2010 Training: Configuring Security and New E-Notebook Add-ins


Feature Clips

Feature Clip:
Sorting compounds in Form View and Data Table View

View records one at a time, or in a table view or a multiform view in ChemBioFinder. Each one can be sorted ascending and descending.

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Tech Notes

Question:

In ChemFinder application, I no longer have a File, View etc... menu bar. How can I get the menu bar back again?

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White Papers

ChemBioOffice Cloud - An Integrated Decision Support System

Running a virtual pharmaceutical company comprised of a network of hundreds of researchers in academic and industrial laboratories around the world is a considerable challenge, but that is precisely what the CHDI Foundation, Inc. (CHDI) does as it pursues novel therapies for the treatment of Huntington's disease (HD).

CHDI selected CambridgeSoft and ChemBioOffice Cloud to provide a researcher-tested informatics solution with the flexibility to meet the diverse needs of CHDI and its many collaborators while maintaining data security, system reliability and confidence, allowing the scientists to focus on the science.


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