JHU Electronic Lab Notebook Template

Affiliated institutions: Johns Hopkins University

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Description: A template for researchers to use to structure an OSF project as an Electronic Lab Notebook

License: CC0 1.0 Universal

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JHU Electronic Lab Notebook Template by JHU Data Management Services JHU DMS created this template to get you started using OSF as a Lab Notebook. Each component within uses the wiki space to provide a brief explanation about suggested content and in some cases links to other helpful resources. Unlike some electronic lab notebooks, this design works mainly as a "binder" for gathering and acce...

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  • Data Management Plan

    A space to include your data management plan

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  • Literature

    A space to collect associated literature that relates to your experiment.

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  • Protocols

    A space to include the documentation of the governing regulations and processes of the experiment/project

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  • Standard Operating Procedures

    A space to store the standard operating procedures specific to your lab or experiment

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  • Materials and Methods

    A space to include information about the materials/equipment and the methods used to carry out the experiment/project

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  • Notes and Documentation

    A space to keep notes from each work session and documentation about the data and related materials produced

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  • Analysis

    A space to keep materials related to analysis of the data collected

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  • Results

    A space to keep data collected as a result of the process.

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  • Manuscripts, Reports, Visual Presentations

    A space to keep materials that communicate to different audiences the process and the results of the experiment / project.

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