Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of GEC22Agenda/LabWiki/Instruction


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    6363== Useful links ==
    64 * [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniNewcomersWelcome Geni Introduction]
    65 * [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIConcepts Key concepts in Geni]
    66 * [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/HowTo "How To" pages]
    67 * [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIFAQ FAQs]
     64* [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GeniNewcomersWelcome Geni Introduction] [[BR]]
     65* [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIConcepts Key concepts in Geni] [[BR]]
     66* [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/HowTo "How To" pages] [[BR]]
     67* [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/GENIFAQ FAQs] [[BR]]
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    7272== Introduction ==
    73 LabWiki is a web-based tool developed at NICTA. It is used to design, describe and run experiments on the GENI test bed and perform active measurements.
     73!LabWiki is a web-based tool developed at NICTA. It is used to design, describe and run experiments on the GENI test bed and perform active measurements.
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    7575== OEDL ==
     
    8080*       [http://mytestbed.net/projects/omf6/wiki/OEDLOMF6 OEDL-OMF]
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    82 == Logging in LabWiki ==
     82== Logging into !LabWiki ==
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    84 LabWiki webpage is available at [http://labwiki.casa.umass.edu:4000/labwiki] . Click on the "Login with GENI ID"
     84The !LabWiki webpage is available at [http://labwiki.casa.umass.edu:4000/labwiki the following URL] . [[BR]]
     85Click on "Login with GENI ID"
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    8687*       If you have already logged in to the GENI Portal, you will be automatically logged in to LabWiki
     
    8889*       Use your GENI Portal username and password to login
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    90 *       You will be asked to agree on sending your GENI Portal information to LabWiki. LabWiki will only use your GENI ID to log you in, so please click on "Send my information"
     91*       You will be asked to agree to sending your GENI Portal information to !LabWiki. !LabWiki will only use your GENI ID to log you in ad obtain information about the Projects and Slices that you are a member of, so please click on "Send my information"
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    9293Note:
    93 If you are logged in to GENI Portal, you are logged in to LabWiki as well. It is recommended to use chrome browser to access LabWiki. In other browsers, the graphs in LabWiki may not be displayed properly due to some issues in JavaScript used in LabWiki.
     94If you are logged into the GENI Portal, you are logged in to !LabWiki as well. It is recommended to use the [https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop/index.html Chrome browser]  to access !LabWiki. In other browsers, the graphs in !LabWiki may not be displayed properly due to issues with the JavaScript used in !LabWiki.
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    9596== Structure of LabWiki ==
    96 LabWiki consists of three panels namely: Plan, Prepare and Execute.
     97!LabWiki consists of three panels namely: Plan, Prepare and Execute.
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    9899== Plan: ==
    99 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, any background information to help understand it. When the experiment is finished, the graphs can be dragged and dropped in to this panel to take a look. To open a 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.
     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 graphs can be dragged and dropped in to this panel to take a look. To open a 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.
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    101102== Prepare ==
    102103This column can be used to create and edit two type of documents:
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    104 *       Markdown scripts that can be viewed on the plan column
     105*       Markdown scripts that can be viewed on the plan column.
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    106107*       OEDL documents that have the experiment scripts written in Ruby.
     
    119120*       In addition to standard experiment parameters (e.g. Name, Slice, Scripts), all configurable experiment properties are displayed in the Execute column , where you can change their default values.
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    121 *       You may want to give a name to this experiment instance in the Name field within the Execute column, or leave that field blank to let LabWiki pick a unique name for you.
     122*       You may want to give a name to this experiment instance in the Name field within the Execute column, or leave that field blank to let !LabWiki pick a unique name for you.
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    123124*       You can start this new experiment instance by clicking on the "Start Experiment" button.
     
    127128*       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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    129 = Key Features of LabWiki =
     130= Key Features of !LabWiki =
    130131LabWiki can be used to run experiments which:
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