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Stroke models are key essential tools to experimental stroke research. You may find numerous scholarly articles on stroke models; however, there are still lots of important technical details that may only be acquired through personal communication or hands-on training. Instant messaging (IM) is an effective communicating method for the modern society, it would be a great tool for facilitating realtime communication among scientists in the stroke modeling field. Doccol provides a free IM platform, on which the stroke modeling scientists can build a reliable supporting community to help their daily works. You may use the following web interface to join a group chat, or you may prefer to use a desktop client or mobile apps. We recommend the following free softwares and configs for connecting to our IM server.
Desktop: Spark, a cross-platform real-time collaboration client optimized for business and organizations. Download the latest version of Spark for your system from this link.
Mobile: Xabber or AstraChat for Android system; Monal, Talkonaut, or AstraChat for iOS system.
Doccol IM server address: chat.doccol.com; Group chat service address: stroke.chat.doccol.com; Group chat rooms [Name(address)] availabel to join: MCAO (email@example.com), Stroke Models(firstname.lastname@example.org), Main Lobby(email@example.com).
You will need a username and a password to logon Doccol IM server to chat with your peers, and your email address for offline message notification. Please signup through this page if you have not done so yet. Signing-up is simple, it takes less than a minute; you will just need to input the required information and click on the "Create Account" button. Please direct any question to Doccol Support Team
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