Good Conduct

August 15, 2006 at 5:47 pm | | everyday science, hardware

My lab is involved in several highly sensitive experiments that require complex data acquisition hardware. Much of our hardware is homemade, old, or inevitably unstable. As a result, we have to spend time fixing these systems, and that cuts into actual experiment time. To streamline the repair work and prevent future breakdowns, we have developed the flow chart shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1. Dishearteningly accurate.

I really like this figure. It’s truly a contender for best figure ever.


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  1. That’s awesome. My fav part is “Hide it.”

    Comment by sam — August 16, 2006 #

  2. i like the “shitcan it”

    Comment by william — August 16, 2006 #

  3. haha, this is awesome. I am gonna print this on a t-shirt. Reminds me of my lab days.

    Comment by lo — November 13, 2006 #

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