How to import and export files in and out of SciNote?
Importing and exporting files in and out of SciNote is fairly simple. We recommend reading the following pages for step-by-step guides and tutorial videos:
If you’d like more help you can always book a short demo with our scientifically-trained team via the button above.
How to connect different equipment and applications to SciNote?
SciNote has its own API which can be used to access different parts of SciNote by a third-party integration. For example, this would mean that a third-party software would be able to create tasks, protocols, samples, or even edit a sample directly within SciNote. Current API integrations that are already available out of the box are:
- MS Office integration that allows you to create MS Office files within SciNote.
- ChemAxon Marvin JS integration connects to their API and allows you to draw chemical structures, save it, and attach it to SciNote.
- Protocols.io API integration allows SciNote users to browser Protocols.io database of public protocols. This protocol can be previewed and later uploaded into SciNote.
To learn more about connecting your specific equipment and applications to SciNote we recommend contacting us directly by scheduling a demo above.
How is the agenda topic addressed: how to make sure your research stands the test of time?
Answered live on the webinar.
What can you indicate about retention time of data for the next 25 years
Answered live on the webinar.
Can the audit trail of SciNote be exported as PDF instead of *CSV format, which is typically editable? Audit trails should not be altered.
- No, SciNote currently only supports the *CSV format when exporting audit trails, however you cannot edit them while they are still inside SciNote. If you require audit trails for an external audit, you can also provide the auditors with SciNote access and prove they have not been altered in any way.
- Please contact our customer success team if you’d like more information on how to do that.
- We are also noting the interest for a PDF export option and will consider possibly adding it in the future.
Is SciNote designed keeping in mind PHD student requirements? Because PHD students have a lot of data.
- SciNote supports up to 2 TB of storage, depending on your chosen plan, and there is always the option of purchasing extra storage on any plan.
- For PHD students who might not need a team plan and are comfortable using the free version, it comes with 10 GB of storage included and there is also an option of securing an extra 10 GB of storage, by leaving us a review on our G2 page and notifying us about it.
- So, you can get up to 20 GB of data storage for free. If you require more, you can arrange with our team to purchase more storage, depending on your needs.
How is Scite better than the existing referencing tools like Mendeley or Endnote?
scite is not a reference management tool, thus the comparison is not appropriate. scite is a next generation citation index and would be more aptly compared to other tools like this. A comparison can be found here: https://scite.ai/coverage-and-comparison