We introduce all of the components of a protocol. A general overview of each editor is given, describing its purpose and functionality.
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A protocol is made up of several different editors.
The Treatments editor is used to describe the treatments that are to be studied.
Describe important assessments that should be performed in the trial in the Assessment Data editor.
The Protocol Description contains many subsections (or tabs) to enter all other information for planning the trial.
The Schedule Tasks editor is used to plan and document tasks that must be performed throughout the season.
Define Study Rules to explain and enforce directions to follow when filling out the study.
Components of a Protocol.pdf - Contains the script and screenshots from this video tutorial.
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