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<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;Since the time our BioSearch has been launched on APP Store, our clients around the world had used this software!<br/>
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The figure below shows the user distribution. Green place indicates the country that the user locates.</p>
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Latest revision as of 03:56, 27 October 2012

  User Review

 Our software is very popular among iGEM teams and synthetic biologists. There are more than 20 users in less than one week time after we released Beta version of the software in Asia. The user distribution in Asia is shown in the map. We did a survey about comments on Partsregistry and our software. The result is listed below.

  

  Users Around the World

  Since the time our BioSearch has been launched on APP Store, our clients around the world had used this software! The figure below shows the user distribution. Green place indicates the country that the user locates.

  

  

    In order to satisfy the need of major iGEM participants and synthetic biologists, SUSTC-Shenzhen-A send a survey to several iGEM teams in mainland China to collect their opinions on Partsregistry and our App. You can see from the following figure, teams from Ocean University of China, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Tianjin University and Tsinghua University are very active in our surveys.They highly think of our project and provide us with a lot of precious suggestions. Here we want to express our appriciation to them from the deep heart.

  

  

    Question1: Registry of standard biological parts(http://partsregistry.org) provides users with a search bar on the top of the right corner. Are you satisfied with its searching result?

    Question2: Will you expect us to make Partsregistry an iPhone App?


    The figure shows that 8% users feel unsatisfactory about Partsregistry, 46% feel acceptable, 46% feel satisfactory about it.Therefore, it's our responsibility to make it more convenient for researchers to search for their desired biobricks. Another survey shows that over 85% of iGEM participants are in an urgent need for an iPhone App about Partsregistry. That strongly demonstrate the significance to proceed this project.


    Question3: How do you evaluate the search function in BioSearch according to your firsthand user experience?

    Question4:How do you think of our effort in optimizing page layout and human oriented design?

    The figure shows that more than 60% of the users think our software is both functional and beautiful.


  

  

  User Comments

  

  Rachel J.K

  Very handy tool! Bought professional work to everyday life...

  

  alphatenz

  It's an amazing app!

  

  Mickey Donkey

  I hope this app can make my job more convenient, thank you developers!

  

  Karen890

  Biosearch has a clear and concise user interface and its search function is quiet amazing! The results of fuzzy search are really useful and even well
  arranged. I can also visit partsregistry from hyperlinks. It will be better if an iPad version is provided.

  

  austinamens from Tianjin

  I searched by keywords and by part name. BioSearch is indeed a good trying.

  

   jiaquan_good from Tianjin.

  I looked over bioparts list by category. It is easy to use and the tutorial is very helpful.

  

  huanan1991 from SJTU-BioX-Shanghai

  I searched and viewed several lists by catalog. I use BioaSearch to search bioparts relative to synthesis of fatty acid.

  

  Adjaniyu from SJTU-BioX-Shanghai

  I’m very excited to see such a pithy user interface. I searched several vio-operon parts.

  

  Vampire19 from OUC-iGEM

  I searched BioBrick J23015 and clicked the link in BioSearch to view experience page on website.

  

  Oucigem1 from OUC-China

  The overall effect of BioSearch is good. I searched BBa_K116401 and BBa_J23101.

  

  Newfive from OUC-China

  With BioSearch, I searched BBa_K737005 and added it to “Favorite”.

  

  Pengyongouc from OUC-China

  I searched Bba_K737067 and got expecting result.

  

  cwth166 from OUC-China

  I searched J23106, R0011 and E0480. It is fast and accurate, and it’s very beautiful.

  

  Oucigem2 from OUC-China

  As for its search function, BioSearch is strong and accurate, though it is not a multi-function. I searched BBa-J23106.

  

  Liuerlrir from OUC-China

  I tried all the function of BioSearch and searched BBa_R0082, cph8 and k081024. I thought I got what I wanted.

  

  530854106QQ from OUC-China

  I searched Bba_K737067 with BioSearch on iPhone which is much faster than Partsregistry. I really expect you to develop an iPad version.

  

  kaykang510 from Tsinghua

  I tried search by name, by keywords, by type and by catalog. I scanned sub list of LuxI, LuxR, Las and FemE.

  

  astrol.lee from Tsinghua

  I viewed the lists of RFP, cI and lacI. It’s fast and accurate.

  

  

  

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