When you open a task in SciNote, you will see the Results tab where you can upload different types of data. Everything that you upload here will be stored under that task and associated with the corresponding experiment and project.
Once you are inside your specific task, click on the Results tab. You will see three buttons that enable you to upload three types of results you can upload (see the image below).
You can choose between a TEXT (e.g. a sequence of base pairs of a plasmid vector), a TABLE (e.g. table of calculated solution concentrations) and a FILE (e.g. gel image of DNA electrophoresis).
To learn more about how to upload end edit my lab results in SciNote watch our video tutorial.
Image 1: Text result
Image 2: Table result
Image 3: File result
A File result can be any type of file, such as picture, PDF, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. Furthermore, integration with MS Office Online allows you and your team members to review and co-author the documents in real time.
To learn more about MS Office Online integration with SciNote watch our video tutorial.
Under each result, there is a Comments field, where you can share your insights with your colleagues who are working on the project. You can use smart annotations to tag a colleague or link the result with other data (e.g. samples). To learn more about smart annotations, follow this link.
To take advantage of Scinote integration with Microsoft Office you must have an active Microsoft Office account that has online editing rights. Read more about it here.