What is SciNote’s Structure?

SciNote's data structure is broken down into: Organization, Teams, Projects, Experiments, and Tasks.

The basic SciNote components are organized into a hierarchical structure:

SciNote Data Structure with Roles

  1. Projects - the first structural level of data organization (each card represents a project).structure_project
  2. Experiments - can be thought of as project subfolders.structure_experiment
  3. Tasks - can form an experimental workflow when connected to each other, or they can be stand-alone units. All of your data will be entered into the tasks. structure_tasks

Each task includes an overview of the protocol, results, activity, signatures, assigned inventory items, and archived results.What is SciNotes Structure (3)

For a more detailed explanation of SciNote's structure, read this document.

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