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The page explains how you edit your Project Profile.
To read an overview of the BioData Project and learn more about role of the Project and how to request a project, see DRAFT - What is a BioData Project and How do I get one?.
What the Project Profile does
The BioData System is organized by Projects and Samples. Use the Project Profile to determine who can access and edit data, provide metadata, and make data entry more efficient by setting defaults.
Parts and functions of Project Profile
- Header is for establishing project identification, data ownership and access
- Identification: Name, Label,
- Ownership: Science Center, Owner
- Access – Editing rights: Owner, Staff
- Review Status
- Header and Project and Program Information is for creating descriptive metadata, the who, what, when and why of the project data set
- Program, Cooperator
- Default Sections, set default values for
- Lab order and ASR information
- Future: enhancements to make data entry more efficient
Project Profile Page
these are the sections on the Project Profile page
- Project Header (includes Abstract
- Special Project or Program Information
- NWQL ASR defaults
- Default BioData Lab Order Information
Figure. Project Profile page with Sections collapsed
- Description of the data set collected by this Project. The abstract will be especially helpful to researchers who want to use these data.
- Describe the objectives, key aspects, design or methods of study
- Area of study, types of samples collected, and beginning and ending dates
Special Project or Program Information
NWQL ASR defaults
Default BioData Lab Order Information
How to Access the Project Profile