After completing Step 3, describing the experimental protocol in ProcessDB, you are now ready to enter experimental data into the program, so that ultimately you will be able to compare your hypothesis quantitatively with your experimental data (Steps 5 and 6). Each experiment that has been recorded in Step 3 can have as many sets of experimental data linked to it as needed. Here in Step 4 you will learn how to import data from an Excel file into ProcessDB, or to manually insert data. Both formats will consist of two columns where the first column is the time readings and the second column is the output data. Once captured, these data will appear in ProcessDB as part of the Experiments screen that was introduced in Step 3 (PRDB015), on the measurements tab.
STEP 4: Collect Your Experimental Data
Coming Soon: Step by step instructions for capturing experimental data into ProcessDB.