Phaedra supports the concept of Projects, which are collections of experiments that may span multiple protocol classes. If you have write access to a project, you can freely add or remove experiments. The same experiment can be added to multiple projects. Removing an experiment from a project does not delete the actual experiment: only the reference to the experiment will be deleted.
Projects can have one of different access scopes:
- private: Only you can see and modify the project.
- team: Only team members can see modify the project.
- public read: Everyone can see the project, but only you can modify it.
- public read/update: Everyone can see and modify the project.
Creating a new project
To create a new project, right-click on the Projects item in the Navigator view, and select New Project....
Enter a name for the new project, and choose a sharing option. If you select the Team sharing option, make sure to also select an appropriate team.
Using a project
To open the experiments of a project, double-click on it.
Alternatively, to open all experiments at once, right-click on the project and select Open Experiments.
You can also right-click on a project and select Edit Properties to change the name, description, or sharing method for a project.
To add experiments to a project, select an existing experiment, hold down the mouse button, and drag it onto the project.
To remove an experiment from a project, right-click it and select Remove from Project....