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Welcome to the Scribe Support and Development Website
Scribe v3.10 available for Download. Please see the notices section for more details and upcoming training webinars.
This website contains information and updates regarding Scribe. Scribe is a software tool developed by the USEPA's Environmental Response Team (ERT) to assist in the process of managing environmental data. Scribe captures sampling, observational, and monitoring field data. Examples of Scribe field tasks include Soil Sampling, Water Sampling, Air Sampling and Biota Sampling. Scribe can import Electronic Data Deliverable (EDD) files including Analytical Lab Result EDD files such as the CLP Universal EDD and Sampling Location data EDD files such as GPS data.
Scribe outputs include labels for collected samples, Chain of Custody generation and Analytical Lab Result data reports. Scribe provides a flexible user interface to manage, query and view all this information. Scribe supports exporting electronic data for user services such as GIS tools and spreadsheets so sampling data may be further analyzed and incorporated into report writing and deliverables. Additionally, Scribe's Quickmap feature exports data to KML files that can then be viewed spatially using programs such as ArcGIS and Google Earth.
Scribe provides support for CLP Sampling including CLP Chain of Custody (COC) Reports and CLP COC XML data exports as well as support for SEDD Stage I electronic analytical result data. ERT continues to pursue opportunities for integration with EPA, government and commercial data systems.
Scribe.NET provides a method of storing and sharing Scribe projects. Using Scribe.NET, Scribe projects can be shared between Scribe desktop clients and/or enterprise SQL database clients. Scribe projects are "Published" from the Scribe desktop client, and other desktop/enterprise users "Subscribe" to the published projects. Users can subscribe to individual or multiple projects. Regional or global subscriptions can also be created for sharing entire sets of published projects. Please see the related Scribe.NET Workflow Models in the documents section.
How to download Scribe
Scribe can be downloaded from the ERT Support website.
Download Scribe (Scribe v3.10)
Additional information including user guides and technical documentation is available in the documents section of this website.
Please contact us with any comments or questions that you may have.