You can manage an experiment using the cogwheel in the left upper side.
Here you see the status of the experiment: who created it, when it was last edited, and the submission status.
In the sub-menu you can see if any other projects or experiment are related to the experiment.
Here you see a list of the most recent experiments that you have opened.
Here you can create a new experiment, from a template or from scratch (blank).
Here you can clone/copy your experiment. When you do this, you can give the new, cloned experiment a new title and assign it to a new project.
You can also export your experiment as a zip file.
To export an experiment as a zip file:
Open the experiment
- Click on the "Wheel"
- Click on "Save as"
- Click on "Word document"
- Click on "Save as Word document"
- Click on "Save" if propted to do so by your web browser
A zip file is generated and saved. It contains:
- A word document with an overview of the experiment
- A folder where all attached files are saved.
When you create an experiment, you are the only user that can add content to it. If you are working with a colleague on the experiment you can invite them as collaborators.
There are two types of collaborators:
- A contributor can only add, delete and change the sections that they themselves have added.
- A co-editor can also add, delete and change the sections that they themselves have added, but also add, delete and change in the sections added by the author.
Both you and your collaborators will be able to see the experiment after it has been locked.
By clicking on the boxes under the Contributors / Co-editors you will be able to choose a Contributor / Co- Editor from the users that have access to the project.
View as a PDF
Here you can save and print a PDF preview of the experiment
Here can see who has viewed the experiment, what action they performed and when.
By clicking on “Help” a new tab is opened with the ELN guide that BIOVIA provides.
Information about the program from BIOVIA, for example the current versions.