What is SciNote’s Structure?

SciNote's structure is broken down into organization, teams, projects, experiments, and tasks.

The basic SciNote components are organized into a hierarchical structure:

  1. Projects - the first structural level of data organization (each card represents a project).What is Scinotes Structure (2)
  2. Experiments - can be thought of as project subfolders.What is Scinotes Structure (1)
  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. What is SciNotes Structure

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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