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Making tea: a human centred approach to designing a pervasive smart lab notebook

Frey, Jeremy, Hughes, Gareth V., Mills, Hugo R., Payne, Terry R., schraefel, mc and Smith, Graham M. (2004) Making tea: a human centred approach to designing a pervasive smart lab notebook At 227th ACS National Meeting. 25 Mar - 01 Apr 2004.

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The methodology used to design a useful and workable laboratory electronic notebook is described along with some of the technology needed to implement the smart lab systems.

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Published date: 30 March 2004
Additional Information: CombeChem output
Venue - Dates: 227th ACS National Meeting, 2004-03-25 - 2004-04-01
Keywords: smart lab, e-notebooks, hci, semantic grid, rdf, tea


Local EPrints ID: 8189
PURE UUID: ea3f1a1d-cf2f-461c-bdb5-3805e3b205f7
ORCID for Jeremy Frey: ORCID iD

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Date deposited: 22 Oct 2004
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:12

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Author: Jeremy Frey ORCID iD
Author: Gareth V. Hughes
Author: Hugo R. Mills
Author: Terry R. Payne
Author: mc schraefel
Author: Graham M. Smith

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