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     2== D.1 !LabWiki ==
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     4Labwiki is a tool which provides a user-friendly interface to visualize your experiment. To know more about !LabWiki please visit [https://github.com/mytestbed/labwiki LabWiki] [[BR]]
     5Labwiki can be used to Plan, Prepare and Run your Experiment.[[BR]]
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     7=== D.1.1 Plan ===
     8Labwiki accounts have already been created for you for this tutorial. To use Labwiki, go to [http://emmy9.casa.umass.edu:3005/users/sign_in GIMI portal] and login with the username and password you have been given.[[BR]]
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     10[[Image(Labwiki_1.png)]]
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     12Figure (1)
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     14After you have successfully been signed in you will be able to see a screen like the one below. [[BR]]
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     17[[Image(Labwiki_2a.png)]]
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     19Figure (2)
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     22The left column could contain the steps to run the experiment or general information about the experiment.[[BR]]
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     26[[Image(Labwiki_2.png)]]
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     28Figure (3)
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     30=== D.1.2 Prepare ===
     31In the Prepare column, you can select the experiment that you want to execute. In this column you will also be able to edit your experiment script.[[BR]]
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     33[[Image(Labwiki_3.png)]]
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     35Figure (4)
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     37After editing, click on the save icon at the top of the column to save your script. [[BR]]
     38Next, click and drag the icon at the top left corner over to the right column Execute.[[BR]]
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     40=== D.1.3 Execute ===
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     42Here, you can start your experiment and Visualise it. In the name tab, type in the name you wish to give the experiment. There are no particular rules for this.[[BR]]
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     44Under slice name, type in the name of your slice as you have entered in the Flukes tool while setting up your slice. [[BR]]
     45Then. scroll towards the bottom of this column and under the tab named Graph, type 'true'.This enables the graph view on your execute column.[[BR]]
     46Once the experiment starts running you will be able to scroll down and view the graph.[[BR]]
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     48[[Image(Labwiki_4.png)]]
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     50Figure(5)
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     52Click on 'Start Experiment' at the bottom of the screen.
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     54[[Image(Labwiki_5.png)]]
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     56Figure(6)
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     58After a couple of seconds, you can see the graph at the bottom of the screen.[[BR]]
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     60[[Image(Labwiki_6.png)]]
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     62Figure (7)
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     65You can click and drag it to the Plan screen just above Figure 12. This will display the graph along with the experiment description. This graph is also dynamic.[[BR]]
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     67[[Image(Labwiki_7.png)]]
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     69Figure (8)
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     71You can click and drag the experiment description to the Prepare column. This allows you to add any comments or details about the experiment results.[[BR]]
     72Similarly, Experiments 2 and 3 can be run using the same procedure. Experiment 2 does not have a graph.[[BR]]
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     74[[Image(Labwiki_8.png)]]
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     76Figure(9)
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     78Once you have your slice up and running you can visualize any experiment using !LabWiki.