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 Hi all,


We are a group of students from the University of Cambridge who are developing a new data connectivity system for researchers like us, its up at https://rinocloud.com


It currently integrates with LabVIEW, Matlab and Python. The plugin will point your data directly at our secure storage where you can automatically add metadata results for easy and fast retrieval. We’re also rolling out plotting features for presenting the data, collaboration features for project teams and an integrated lab book.


We are looking for new users, researchers like us, to help us to get feedback from our product.  You’ll be able to directly influence the product development so that you get a data system that is useful for you.


Know more at https://rinocloud.com 
https://twitter.com/Rinocloud

 

Thanks, 

Helena

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