MiLAB

Data analysis app brings science to life!

MiLAB has an intuitive and user-friendly interface that makes it easy to collect, interpret and analyze collected data. MiLAB™ provides students basic and advanced tools for scientific discovery.

Get it on Google Play     Download on the app store

 or Download MiLAB here

MiLAB Features:

  • Professional data analysis tool
  • Multiple data display modes: graphs, tables, meters and map
  • Drag & drop window displays
  • Custom views
  • Real-time data measurements via built-in and external sensors
  • Supports over 60 Fourier sensors
  • Supports GPS for location-based experiments
  • Advanced search tool
  • Intuitive and simple interface
  • Experiment note-taking feature
  • Export and Share options
How do I update MiLAB?
Once you’ve installed MiLAB this app will automatically update if you are connected to the Internet.
How do I run an experiment in MiLAB?
Click on the ‘Tutorial’ tab for the YouTube Video

1. Tap the MiLAB icon

2. Tap to select the sensors you want to use

3. Tap the Settings icon to set the Duration and Sampling Rate

4. Tap the Run button

5. If you want to stop the experiment before the Duration ends, tap Stop

How do I know that my LabMate is connected?
If your LabMate is connected, you’ll see the LabMate’s ID number in the lower right corner of the screen.
How do I exit MiLAB?
If you are using an einstein™Tablet+:

1. Tap the Back arrow

2. Confirm that you want to exit MiLAB

If you are using another tablet:

1. Consult your tablet manual to find out how to exit (kill) programs
I received an error message saying MiLAB has lost connection to the sensors. What do I do?
If you are using an einstein™Tablet+:

1. Exit and restart the MiLAB program.

If you are using a different tablet:

1. Check to make sure you connected to your LabMate

2. If not, follow the steps to connect the LabMate

3. If you are, exit and restart MiLAB
How do I save an experiment?
Click on the ‘Tutorial’ tab for the YouTube Video

1. Tap the text box and enter a name

2. Run the experiment

3. Tap Save

4. The experiment will show up in your Archive

How do I set the Duration and Sampling Rate in MiLAB?
Click on the ‘Tutorial’ tab for the YouTube Video on running a MiLAB experiment

1. Tap Settings

2. Scroll to select the desired Duration and Rate