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A '''user''' code or name is entered upon starting [[DatLab]]. This window pops up automatically after opening DatLab.
 
A '''user''' code or name is entered upon starting [[DatLab]]. This window pops up automatically after opening DatLab.
 
The current user is displayed in the [[O2k signal line]] and usernames are connected with personal [[Layout for DatLab graphs |graph layouts]]. Users can be renamed and deleted (with all linked personal layouts) using menu 'File\Manage users'.
 
The current user is displayed in the [[O2k signal line]] and usernames are connected with personal [[Layout for DatLab graphs |graph layouts]]. Users can be renamed and deleted (with all linked personal layouts) using menu 'File\Manage users'.
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User code - DatLab

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A user code or name is entered upon starting DatLab. This window pops up automatically after opening DatLab. The current user is displayed in the O2k signal line and usernames are connected with personal graph layouts. Users can be renamed and deleted (with all linked personal layouts) using menu 'File\Manage users'.


Reference: MiPNet21.16 DatLab 7 Innovations
Change user DatLab.PNG

MitoPedia O2k and high-resolution respirometry: DatLab