|Original author(s)||Ignacio Parszyk, Sebastián Marró, and Luis Falcon|
|Developer(s)||Ignacio Parszyk and Sebastián Marró|
|Initial release||October 7, 2017(1.0)|
[ (August 11, 2020 ) ±]
|Type||Laboratory informatics software|
|License(s)||GNU Public License v3.0|
Kalenis is an open-source laboratory information management system (LIMS) plus enterprise resource planning (ERP) software package described as being designed "with the aim of supporting all laboratory processes [and] prioritizing the integrity, traceability and accessibility of information."
The first commits for Kalenis arrived on BitBucket in October 2017.
Though it's not made explicitly clear, Kalenis' copyright information, programming language, and dependencies suggest that it's highly likely that Kalenis is a fork of the GNU LIMS open-source project, started by Sebastián Marró and Luis Falcon in 2013.
Features of Kalenis include:
- sample entry and tracking
- sample test scheduling
- reporting and analysis
- third-party portal
- electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) integration
- inventory management
- production management
Tryton is required for installation.
Videos, screenshots, and other media
- Rudimentary installation instructions can be found at BitBucket.
Entities using Kalenis
- "kalenis/kalenislims/Commits". Kalenis at BitBucket. Atlassian Pty Ltd. https://bitbucket.org/kalenis/kalenislims/commits/branch/default. Retrieved 04 December 2017.
- "kalenis/kalenislims". Kalenis at BitBucket. Atlassian Pty Ltd. https://bitbucket.org/kalenis/kalenislims. Retrieved 04 December 2017.
- "GNU LIMS - Summary". Free Software Foundation, Inc. Archived from the original on 08 August 2014. https://web.archive.org/web/20140808012627/http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/lims/. Retrieved 04 December 2017.
- Parszyk, I; Marró, S.. "Kalenis". http://kalenislims.com/. Retrieved 04 December 2017.