Posts Tagged: Software

Lasergene License Server Switch

The previous Lasergene server and IP address needed to be suddenly retired.  But a new virtual server is up and running! The easiest way to switch to the new server is to go to software express: http://it.emory.edu/software/ and download version 16 of Lasergene.  Instead of entering the IP address please enter the hostname: whlaserwebprod1.cc.emory.edu.  If…

Welcome To Emory

As you begin your studies at Emory, the Woodruff Health Sciences Center (WHSC) Library is here to help you along the way.  We have… Spaces for you to work alone or in groups Upper level is the quiet space furnished with carrels and tables Check out a key for one of our group study rooms…

Data Analysis Tools

The Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library licenses data analysis tools useful in health sciences research. The software can be found in our Specialized Software Lab, located on the Plaza level of the WHSC Library. The lab, consisting of 4 PCs, includes quantitative and qualitative analysis. Microsoft productivity software, including Visio and Access, are also available. Access to…

New App for Accessing Emory E-journals: BrowZine

The BrowZine app, available for Apple, Android devices and a desktop version, allows for easier access to Emory’s online journal subscriptions. My Bookshelf allows users to create one’s own “library” of online journals.  Up to 64 journals can be placed in My Bookshelf.  BrowZine supports majority of publishers; the comprehensive list of publishers can be…

Lasergene 13 is now available

Lasergene 13 significantly advances scientists’ ability to perform RNA research on model and non-model organisms on standard desktop computers. Significant software enhancements include the ability to perform de novo transcriptome assembly of RNA data for any size project on a desktop computer, automatic mRNA annotation from one or more RefSeq databases selected by the researcher,…

Online Tutorial website, Lynda.com, now available On and Off-Campus

The Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library is pleased to announce the expansion of our Lynda.com subscription. Lynda.com is now available both on and off-campus and is accessible on mobile devices. To access the site, simply click the login button on http://it.emory.edu/lynda and login with your Emory NetID and password. If you have previously purchased a…

Lasergene Upgrade available- Now Compatible with Max OSX

The newest version of DNA Star Lasergene is now available from Software express.  This software is freely available to current Emory faculty, staff, and students. Attention Mac users: Lasergene versions 12.3.1 and earlier are incompatible with the latest update of the OS X El Capitan.   Please use the Lasergene 12.3.2 upgrade which corrects the incompatibility….

EndNote X7 work around for Mac Office 2016 Incompatibility

Currently, EndNote X7’s Cite While You Write feature is not supported by Mac Office 2016.  While a patch to fix the issue will be released this fall, there is a workaround so that Mac Office 2016 users can still use EndNote X7.  Office 2016 users can use EndNote’s “Format Paper” option until the patch is…

Lasergene 12 Now Available

DNAStar has released the newest version of Lasergene. To update go to Emory software express and download the appropriate installer: Mac or PC.  Select the programs installed on your computer and install the update. For any questions or problems contact Ask-A-Librarian, or Jeremy Kupsco at  jkupsco emory edu.

Temporarily Limited Access to Specialized Software Lab

The Specialized Software Lab in the Woodruff Health Sciences Center Library will temporarily have only one computer available for use. The dual-boot Mac features access to Lynda.com tutorials, as well as SPSS, R and R Studio, FileMaker, Keynote, EndNote 6 and the Microsoft Office Suite. The 3 remaining PCs which contained our Geospatial and Qualitative…