OpenWetWare

Summary from Vendor OpenWetWare (OWW) is an effort to promote the sharing of information, know-how, and wisdom among researchers and groups who are working in biology & biological engineering. OWW is managed by the BioBricks Foundation. OWW runs on MediaWiki software on Linux servers and provides a place for labs, individuals, and groups to organize their own information and collaborate with others easily and efficiently.

Compare OpenWetWare to other options in the Electronic Lab Notebook Matrix.

Jump to: Interactivity | Documentation | Adaptability | Storage | Hosting | Support | Security | Other

OpenWetWare Logo

Feature

Specifications

Vendor

Vendor representative verified this information

red x
Please Note: The vendor did not respond to our invitation to provide information on this ELN tool, therefore specifications may be limited.

Interactivity

Auto Metadata Harvest

No information provided

Search functions can search across file formats and beyond typos

Local search can find content located within your project.

Ability to manipulate files and images

No information provided

Support for multiple open windows

No information provided

Ability to link out

No information provided

Support for Researcher Documentation

Hyperlink support

No information provided

Metadata Creation Prompts

No information provided

Rights Management (Licensing)

No information provided

Protocol Integration

No information provided

Adaptability to Lab Workflows

Accounts/Permissions Levels

No information provided

Internal Data Sharing

No information provided

Adaptable to a Variety of Workflows

No information provided
Compatibility with authoring tools

No information provided

Windows Compatible

No information provided

Macintosh Compatible

No information provided

Linux Compatible

No information provided

Android Compatible

No information provided

iOS Compatible

No information provided

Storage

Cloud Storage

No information provided

Local Storage

No information provided

Hybrid (cloud/local) Storage

No information provided

Versioning

No information provided

File Redundancy

No information provided

Creates stable URLs or persistent identifiers for entries

No information provided

Can unregistered users access the data found at persistent links?

No information provided

Storage Capacity - Users

No information provided

Storage Capacity - Max File Size

No information provided

Hosting

Cloud

No information provided

Local

No information provided

Hybrid

No information provided

Support

Training 

No information provided

Documentation

Wiki, one-click lab notebook setup, research help forum.

Data Migration from Other Systems (incoming migration)

No information provided

Compatability with data repositories

No information provided

Exit Strategies (outgoing migration)

No information provided

Recovery Options

No information provided

Single Sign-on (Institutional ID)

No information provided

Number of Installations per institution

No information provided

Multiple client use

No information provided

Number of registered Harvard/HMS users

4 Harvard labs are on their user list.

Other higher-education users

No information provided

Security

Security levels

No information provided

Backdoor accessibility

No information provided

Other

Open Science/Open Data Efforts

It is open source

Academically Oriented

green check

Cost (per seat)

Not applicable

Dictation/voice input

No information provided

Data Entry

No information provided

Tiers of Service

Not applicable; use of the tool is free
Platform Integrations

No information provided


Please contact us if you have any questions or suggestions about the content of this page.
Updated: 2018-02-01
 

ELN Home Top of Page Next (Signals Notebook)