Frequently Asked Questions
- How to countersign an experiment
- How to create an experiment
- How to delete or archive an experiment
- How to show archived experiments
- How to sign an experiment
- How to write an experiment
- Searching through experiments
- What are experiment versions
- What is an experiment
- What is the size of files I can upload
- What kind of files can I upload
- How to add an inventory member
- How to create a reagent
- How to create an inventory
- How to delete a reagent
- How to edit a reagent
- How to export an inventory
- How to import reagents
- How to remove an inventory member
- How to show archived reagents
- What are experiments inside reagents
- What is a reagent
- What is an inventory
You can write any unsigned experiment which you created.
From the experiment page, click on the “write” icon.
The editor will open and you will be able to add any content you want inside of it.
At the top of your window is displayed a navigation bar.
There is a large variety of traditionnal editing buttons in that navbar, from making text bold to adding a video.
A few buttons are also displayed with a blue border. These permit to insert specific scientific elements:
The first button allows you to add a new step.
Steps are displayed with a grey border.
The second button allows you to add a new reagent.
If you select some text before clicking on that button, that text will be turned into a reagent.
If you don’t, a modal will open and you will be able to select a reagent from your inventory.
We will then make a link between your experiment and the specified reagent.
The third button allows you to add a new experimental condition. If you select some text before clicking on that button, that text will be turned into an experimental condition.
If you don’t, a modal will open allowing you to enter the title of your experimental condition.
The fourth button will display a modal with all your protocols.
You will be able to pick one, which will then be inserted into your experiment.
The fifth button will allow you to add plates to your experiment.