Organize your projects on a dashboard
sciNote keeps your work organized in projects. You can assign people to a project, add comments, see the latest notifications and activity of users assigned to the project.
Create experiment workflows
Within a project you can create experiments, which can be connected into a workflow. An experiment can consist of a single or multiple tasks. Each task has tabs for managing users, writing comments, setting due dates and adding tags. You can also check the latest notifications and activity of users on the task.
Create protocols and upload results
In each task you can create steps of a protocol and upload results. Within the protocol you can upload files, write your comments and add checklists. Each step of the protocol can be marked when completed, so you will know exactly when it was done. In the results tab you can write down your observations, create and edit tables and upload different types of files such as .txt, .xls, .jpeg, .pdf, etc.
Generate reports in seconds
Whether you want to export only a few results or create a full project report, you can do this in just a few clicks. Simply select experiments of interest, the content you want to export and report will be created automatically. You can download your report as a PDF file or you can save it in sciNote to review and modify it later.
Modularity is what makes sciNote flexible and useful for every laboratory. Module can be simple such as reagent calculator or complex such as bioinformatics modules.
Everything within sciNote is timestamped. You can check activity of every action that people who are assigned to your project make and recall previously archived data at any time.
sciNote enables you to share your research work with your colleagues. Choose freely who you want to assign to a specific project and which data you want to share with them.
With modules, you can connect your experiments into a workflow so you can easily keep track of your work and trace the origin of any experiment at any time.
TAGS AND COMMENTS
Tag your experiments to emphasize what is important. You can also comment on anything within sciNote like you would on any social media.
sciNote has a powerful keyword search function that searches through all of your projects, including content of the attached files.
Once you create an experiment workflow within a certain project, you can clone it and reuse it as a template for similar experiments.
Simply select the data you want to include in a report and a PDF will be generated automatically. You can also rearrange the content as you wish.