Newsletter June 2020
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ARM is software to plan, create, manage, analyze, and report planned efficacy experiments. While ARM is typically used for crop production and crop protection experiments by field or greenhouse researchers, it also works well with many non-cropland plant experiments. ARM is designed to manage and summarize on a single-trial basis. See this ARM introduction tutorial (pdf) for an overview.
ARM is designed to run on Microsoft Windows 7 or newer operating systems. ARM offers many built-in reports that can be customized with many options. Reports can be printed to Microsoft Word or Excel with a single button click, giving full flexibility for reporting.
The ARM author was a crop protection researcher for more than twenty years, and understands your research needs. We encourage users to call with their computer questions and ideas. Many ARM features are suggestions from our current ARM clients. GDM provides free support for the current version of all software that GDM markets.
Researchers with little or no previous computer experience can easily understand ARM. Context sensitive help screens and tutorials are included. ARM gives the best return for the price with the most flexible reporting capabilities of any research data management software.
Requirements for ARM are based on minimum software required to support Microsoft .NET 4.5 runtime, plus hardware to provide adequate software performance for typical tasks. Recommended system configuration is :
Each ARM program is custom-built with your name and company installed (up to 38 characters long for investigator name and 60 characters for company name). ARM includes a program download and license file. We provide free computer support on the current versions of our software. Please complete the ARM order form to purchase our software.
A free demonstration program is available on request.