Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of GEC22Agenda/LabWiki/Instruction


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03/11/15 21:35:12 (4 years ago)
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    9999== Plan: ==
    100 This panel is used to view Markdown scripts. This column is usually used to provide some instructions about the experiment. This is also the place where you describe, for example, the goals of the experiment, the hypotheses that it tests, its design, and any background information to help students understand it. When the experiment is finished, the resulting graphs can be dragged and dropped in to this panel for documentation and analysis of an experiment. To open a Markdown document, start typing its name in the search box below the column's title. You can choose the required one from the drop down list that shows the matching documents. The final document that a student submits for grading will be written in Markdown. (For creating a new Markdown document see Section "Prepare" below.
     100This panel is used to view Markdown scripts. This column is usually used to provide some instructions about the experiment. This is also the place where you describe, for example, the goals of the experiment, the hypotheses that it tests, its design, and any background information to help students understand it. When the experiment is finished, the resulting graphs can be dragged and dropped in to this panel for documentation and analysis of an experiment. To open a Markdown document, start typing its name in the search box below the column's title. You can choose the required one from the drop down list that shows the matching documents. The final document that a student submits for grading will be written in Markdown. (For creating a new Markdown document see Section "Prepare" below.)
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    102102== Prepare ==
     
    107107    *   OEDL documents that have the experiment scripts written in Ruby.
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    109 A new document can be created by clicking on the "+" button below the column's title. You will have the option of choosing either the "wiki" option or "oedl" option. "wiki" option should be chosen for markdown scripts. Also, a document opened in the plan column can be dragged and dropped in to this column for editing. Click save icon to save the document.
     109A new document can be created by clicking on the "+" button below the column's title. You will have the option of choosing either the "wiki" option or "oedl" option. The "wiki" option should be chosen for markdown scripts. Also, a document opened in the plan column can be dragged and dropped in to this column for editing. Click the save icon to save the document.
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    111111To edit a document, start typing in the search box below the column's title. A drop down list consisting of matching results will be displayed. The experiment scripts will have either .oedl or .rb file extension whereas the markdown scripts will have .md extension.
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    113113== Execute ==
    114 This panel is used to start a new instance of an experiment, monitor the execution, view the logs and graphs.
     114This panel is used to start a new instance of an experiment, monitor the execution, and view the logs and graphs.
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    116116    *   To start a new instance of an experiment, select and load the experiment in the Prepare column as described above. If required you may want to edit and save that experiment.
     
    124124    *   You can start this new experiment instance by clicking on the "Start Experiment" button.
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    126     *   Once you start this new experiment instance, the Execute column will show information about the running experiment, such as detailed logs and any defined graphs (you may have to scroll down to the bottom of the Execute column to see these graphs)
     126    *   Once you start this new experiment instance, the Execute column will show information about the running experiment, such as detailed logs and any graphs you defined in the experiment script (you may have to scroll down to the bottom of the Execute column to see these graphs)
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    128      *  When the experiment instance has finished running, you may copy a plotted graph from the Execute column back to the Plan column, in order to include it to your report or written records. To do so, drag the icon   located below the graph (next to its title) and drop it just after the line of text of your choice in the Plan column
     128     *  When the experiment instance has finished running, you may copy a plotted graph from the Execute column back to the Plan column, in order to include it to your report or written records. To do so, drag the icon located below the graph (next to its title) and drop it just after the line of text of your choice in the Plan column
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    130130= Key Features of !LabWiki =