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Join Bio-Rad Laboratories for a 30 minute live webinar developed and delivered by our knowledgeable Technical Support Team.
Tuesday June 17, 2014 | 9:00 AM Pacific
As you get ready to use your new system, we will provide you with an opportunity to learn the basic features of Image Lab Software. This training will cover the primary tools, as well as how to acquire an image.
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In a previous video tutorial, we showed you how to acquire an image using Image Lab software from Bio-Rad Laboratories. In this video, you will learn how to use the software to analyze images. Please note that in addition to analyzing images acquired by the program itself, Image Lab software can also analyze images captured by other programs such as Quantity One. Also, the software is not licence protected and can be installed on any computer in your lab.
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Below you will find the latest video tutorial from Bio-Rad Laboratories. In this video you will learn how to acquire an image using Bio-Rad’s Image Lab software.
Dear Friends of Bio-Rad,
It is our great pleasure to introduce our brand new imaging software solution for acquiring images with the GelDoc XR+, and the ChemiDoc XRS+. More importantly, the software has a fully integrated data analysis module which is easier and in many ways more powerful than Quantity One. The software will analyze Quantity One files produced with the VersaDoc, GelDoc and ChemiDoc with the exception of the very old instruments. The final advantage of the software is that it is open licence with no USB key required as is the case with Quantity One. Since seeing really is believing, we opted to produce a couple of short software video demos for you to preview. The “Acquisition” video is about 8 minutes and shows how easy it is to use the software to acquire images and the “Analysis” video is about 17 minutes and walks you through the analysis of a gel or blot. With both videos, you can fast forward to sections of interest especially if you get tired of hearing the narrative voice! Just click on the associated link in the table below and you should go to the video. You will need an updated version of JAVA to run the videos but this is free anyway!
We have installed and performed data analysis trainings with IMAGE LAB at several customer sites thus far and the response has been very positive. If you wish to have more information about purchasing a system with IMAGE LAB or just the software, feel free to contact your local Canadian Bio-Rad sales rep or email:email@example.com