sciNote Electronic Lab Notebook Tutorials

 

Learn about sciNote’s advanced functionalities

sciNote Features Walkthrough

sciNote electronic lab notebook enables you to organize your scientific data in a systematic way, which you can quickly find or cluster it together within a report. Every scientist has their own unique way of writing things down in the notebook and sciNote allows this necessary flexibility. In this video, we will walk you through main sciNote functionalities, from experiment design to creating a report.

Getting Started with sciNote Electronic Lab Notebook

This tutorial will walk you through the basics of getting started with sciNote, open source electronic lab notebook. It will show you how to create projects, how to restore them from the archive, and how to view your activity.

Inviting Collaborators

This tutorial will walk you through the basics of inviting collaborators to work on common Projects inside of sciNote, open source electronic lab notebook. It will show you how to invite new users, how to communicate with them, and how to collaborate on different Projects.

Managing User Privileges and Roles

This tutorial will walk you through the basics of managing sciNote Electronic Lab Notebook user privileges and roles. It will show you which user authorities there are at the Team, Project and Experiment levels, as well as how to reassign and remove user roles.

Creating Experiments

This tutorial will walk you through the basics of creating Experiments in sciNote. It will show you how to create new Experiments inside of individual Projects and how to clone and move them between different Projects.

Using the Search Function

This tutorial will walk you through the basics of using the search function in sciNote, open source electronic lab notebook. It will show you how to find your data with the help of the search bar and will explain different types of search results.

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