SciNote’s structure

First, take a look at this document, which explains the SciNote Organization, Team, and Project management.

The basic SciNote components are organized into a hierarchical structure:

1.Projects, the first structural level of data organization (each card represents a project).

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2. Experiments. Can be thought of as project subfolders.

 3. Tasks. Tasks can form an experimental workflow when connected to each other, or they can be stand-alone units (see the image below).

Each task includes an overview of the protocol, results, activity, signatures, assigned inventory items, and archived results (see the image below).

For a better visual presentation of the basic structure in SciNote watch our video tutorial.

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