Here's an open procedural; question....
Whether its a formal institution trying to rally work of hundreds or people or a BIYer, notes in life sciences matter.
So, Im working on software and a side component of it is to populate electronic notebooks. The only one I can visualize in Jupyter really. the commercial ones I have looked at seem pretty yawn ready and expensive re ongoing costs...
Also a modality is real time completely, so some work has audio and probably video 'open wire; and shared ( started anyway ). I see both as adjunct functionality to the baseline work.
Anybody run into taking notes, the technology ofit, seriously ? Like a blog maybe, master document for planning etc.
Planned in is also forensic identity verification, so any sequence or PDB etc can't be mistakenly altered. That is, any change can be detected witout people overhead as it occurs.
I think serious researchers would generally like each others notebooks rather then formal papers most of the time. the magic is in the greasy uncertainty.
DIY here as a theme is understood, however, the base of life scienc people can be pretty docrinaire, this is an open ... :Huh first question.
ex question, are pair notebooks, one notes, versus Jupyter, etc .... worth it ? What about old timer sorta, who like paper ? Is a endless fat paper book in chrono order just scanned better then a Jupyter ? Is fussing with little programs a waste of time compared to paragraphs of vague maybe this maybe that, reasoning ?
Regards to all,
Daniel B. Kolis