Working with Projects

Why working with Projects?

Working with Projects allows to perform the analysis in an organized way and the machine learning algorithm can be trained  by topics.


 

This approach comes with some advantages :

  • You can invite colleagues to your project

  • You can collect and manage the interesting articles within one project

  • You can customize the annotation category system for each project

  • You can use a special dictionary for each project

  • You can see annotation statistics/analytics together with project articles

 

Each created project can be selected from a dropdown menu list. 

 

You can also add a new document by clicking on the ‘add document’ icon, that lets you upload pdf or HTML documents.

 

Other people can be also added to the project, who will collaborate and share the documents on the platform if you click on the the ‘invite to project’ option on the members panel.

How to create a new project?

At the first time you log in into Hubscience, you will be asked to create your first project. You only need to give a name and project will be generated using HubScience default category settings and wordpacks.

 

In the header of the application, you can find a dropdown with the name of your project. It means it is the active project and this dropdown menu also allows you to change to another project. 

 

At the start of the list of this dropdown menu you can find the 'Create new project' option, by clicking on it you can create your next project.

 

Project panel

On the project panel, you can find the information about the project.

The title, description,  owner,  and the list of participating members.

 

Inviting new members can be done by clicking on the '+invite members'. Then the email address of the new person should be given. Once the new person is signed up your project will appear on his project list and will receive an email. 

 

If that person has not signed up yet, an email will show up in his/her inbox informing about the invitation.  

 

A member can have multiple roles: owner, admin, or member role. The owner can do everything, admin can invite others and edit the category system, the member can only annotate.

Project properties: title, description, owner and list of participating members

Title and description can be changed anytime.

Activity Monitor

The Activity Monitor can:

  • follow the users' activity in a project e.g. create new annotation, edit document

  • visualize all activities on a timeline