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Re: Free LIMS for genetic analyses and beyond anywhere?

On Fri, Nov 25, 2011 at 12:39 PM, Steffen Möller <steffen_moeller@gmx.de> wrote:
> Dear all,
> our lab's sample management does not scale and needs an overhaul. The
> idea is to migrate to an Open Source solution that fits the core needs
> (what sample sent by whom in what form in what freezer last used by whom
> for what project) and then have this adapted to our further needs.
> "needs" most likely mean image data (antibody staining of various tissues).
> There are various solutions within the reach of google. But if anything
> matching our core needs is already close to our community, then anything
> else would find it difficult to impress me. My hope is that we can get
> something like it into our distribution in a not too far future. After
> all, it is such bits of software that link our medical informatics folks
> of us with the biogeneticheminformatical other half.
> Many thanks in advance
> Steffen

Hi Steffen,

If you are also interested in Galaxy, I know Brad Chapman did
lot of work on integrating a LIMS with Galaxy - I'm not sure if
that has all been merged into the Galaxy trunk or not - but I
am sure Brad would be happy to comment if you get in touch.

See as an intro,


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