Every CollectionSpecimen may be assigned to any number of projects. To assign a specimen to a project click on the button. To add a project where you have no access to, use the button. To remove a specimen from a project select the project from the list and click on the button.
If there are projects, to which you have no access to, these will be listed in a separate list at the top as shown below.
Projects, to which you have Read only access will be listed in a separate list at the top as shown below.
Data from Read only projects can be seen but not edited. Only Annotations can be added (see image below).
To transfer all selected specimen into an additional project choose Data -> Transfer -> To project... from the menu. A window will open where you can select the project to which the specimen should be added.
To remove all selected specimen from an additional project choose Data -> Remove from project... from the menu. A window will open where you can select the project from which the specimen should be removed. The last project in which a specimen is placed can not be removed.
The data are stored in the table CollectionProject.
Details of the projects within the DiversityWorkbench are stored in the database DiversityProjects. To access further information on a project click on the button. To edit details in projects you require the application DiversityProjects.exe in your application directory and access to the database DiversityProjects. To synchronize the projects listed in DiversityProjects you may use the synchronize function in the user administration window as shown below. If DiversityProjects is not available, you may create a new project by clicking the button. If DiversityProjects is available, use the synchronize function .
To import new projects from the DiversityProjects, select Administration - Projects from the menu. A window as below will open where the available projects are restricted to the type "Collection" . (Short introduction: )
To select a project of a different type or missing type, deselect the restriction (see below).
The present project list details about the projects available in DiversityCollection.
the diagram below shows all tables with direct relations to the project tables. For more details see the sections Analysis, Processing and Image description.