Yes. Vernier data can be saved in LabArchives, a cloud-based Electronic Lab Notebook application (www.labarchives.com). The procedure varies, depending on which Vernier platform was used.

Logger Pro
Data can be saved into LabArchives directly from Logger Pro (version 3.10.1 or newer).

1. Choose Remote Save As…–>LabArchives… from the File menu of Logger Pro.
2. Enter your LabArchives credentials and give the data file a name.
3. Click OK.

LabQuest App
Data can be saved into LabArchives from a LabQuest in either of two ways:

Option 1. Using a USB flash drive. (For original LabQuest and LabQuest 2 an SD card can also be used)
a. Insert a USB flash drive into the LabQuest.
b. Choose Save from the File menu, giving it a unique name.
c. Move the USB flash drive to a computer. (It is optional to save the file on the computer.)
d. Upload the file from within LabArchives.

Option 2. Using Logger Pro.
a. Connect the LabQuest to a computer running Logger Pro and import the data. (If you are not prompted to do so, choose LabQuest Browser from the Logger Pro File menu.)
b. Choose Remote Save As…–>LabArchives… from the File menu of Logger Pro (version 3.10.1 or newer).
c. Enter your LabArchives credentials and give the data file a name.
d. Click OK.

Graphical Analysis
Data can be saved into LabArchives from Graphical Analysis (iOS, Android, or Chrome).
1. Export the data or graph from Graphical Analysis.
2. Upload the file from within LabArchives.