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An introduction to Rinocloud a new data sharing hub

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Rinocloud is a cloud-based scientific data hub and was developed by Cambridge students to save experimental/simulation data and control experiments easily.

Rinocloud lets you save your data in an easy to use web interface where you can attach metadata, search, share and collaborate. It also integrates currently with Matlab, Python and Labview meaning that once you hook up an experiment – all the data is saved automatically with parameters, forever.

Originally developed for our own labs, we immediately saw the benefits of Rinocloud and are now excited to present our idea to more scientists/students in Cambridge.

This talk is part of the Semiconductor Physics Group Seminars series.

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