The Chemotion ELN was initiated in the working group of Stefan Bräse at the Institute of Organic Chemistry (IOC)/Institute of Biological and Chemical Systems (IBCS) of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Currently, the software is developed by developers working at the north campus of the KIT and developers at the universities Jena, Braunschweig, Halle and RWTH Aachen.
Hello and thank you for using Chemotion ELN!
📄️ Introduction videos
This list is a summary of videos that were created to support the repository users as well as to establish necessary standards in the reporting and structuring of data. Please use the information to improve your data handling whenever you use the Chemotion systems.
📄️ Browser and access
For the use of the Chemotion ELN and Repository, Chrome is recommended. Other browsers such as Firefox or Edge only allow limited functionalities in some areas of the application regarding the Chemotion systems (e.g. collection management and ChemSpectra).
📄️ Structure of the Chemotion ELN
The Chemotion ELN consists of different panels that are combined in the main application page:
📄️ Adjusting views
The User Interface (UI) offers different options to adjust the active windows, allowing a more convenient organisation of the Chemotion ELN content.
📄️ First steps
Collections: Organization, Function and Usage
📄️ Lists in Chemotion ELN
Lists form one main organization instrument in the Chemotion ELN.
📄️ Details modal
This page is still being edited and reviewed.
📄️ Toolbar functions
📄️ Molecule Editors/Ketchers
This page is still being edited.
📄️ Barcodes and QR-codes
The Chemotion ELN supports the generation and reading of barcodes and QR codes in two sizes. Both size options were tested with the following printer:
For using the inventory collection with differnt users that can move items into or create items in the inventory, please update the system to version 1.1.1 or later ones
Samples can be imported to chemotion ELN by uploading a simple excel list that contains the structure of the sample as Smiles string.
🗃️ Analytical data
You can add hyperlinks to analyses or datasets.
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