LabPal has been under development for more than four years, and comes with detailed documentation and API reference.
A good starting point is an article published in IEEE Computer, the flagship magazine of the IEEE Computer Society. In 9 pages, it gives an overview of LabPal and its main features. You can cite this paper as follows:
A complete reference is the LabPal User Manual, a 80+ page document that is freely available online on GitBook. In this book, you learn the basics of LabPal, as well as its advanced features:
- Create and transform tables, plots and macros
- Slice a set of parameters using regions
- Distribute experiments across multiple hosts
- Save and restore the contents of a lab
- Automatically integrate results into a LaTeX document
LabPal also has an API reference that is automatically generated from Javadoc comments inside its source code.