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MedCalc Alternatives

The best MedCalc alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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  3. Embedded Analytics built exclusively for SaaS applications.

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    Designed for BRC, Biobanks and Cohorts, MBioLIMS BioBanking® software solution manages and tracks the entire life cycle of your biological samples

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    We have the powerful tools to help you provide proof of delivery for specimen samples and manage lab logistics. Never lose track of a specimen again.

  6. Quartzy is the world's #1 lab management software for life science companies. Manage inventory, track lab supply orders, and buy everything, all in one place.

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    A powerful, user-friendly and free software to count and characterise bacterial (and other cell) colonies forming units from pictures.

  8. The EasyCell assistant is a hematology analyzer that uses image-processing and pattern-recognition technologies to automatically locate white cells on a blood smear.

  9. IBM SPSS Statistics is software that provides detailed analysis of statistical data. The company behind the product practically needs no introduction, as it's been a staple of the technology industry for over 100 years.

  10. Stata is a software that combines hundreds of different statistical tools into one user interface. Everything from data management to statistical analysis to publication-quality graphics is supported by Stata. Read more about Stata.

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  12. RStudio™ is a new integrated development environment (IDE) for R.

  13. JMP is a data representation tool that empowers the engineers, mathematicians and scientists to explore the any of data visually.

  14. Transform your R&D with the industry's most widely adopted Life Sciences R&D Cloud.

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