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ORNL Electronic Notebook Architecture. Al Geist Jens Schwidder David Jung Computer Science & Mathematics Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Research sponsored by Mathematics, Information and Computational Sciences Office U.S. Department of Energy. ORNL Electronic Notebook.
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Electronic Notebook Architecture
Computer Science & Mathematics Division
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Research sponsored by Mathematics, Information and Computational Sciences Office
U.S. Department of Energy
Shared electronic notebook
Accessible with password
through secure web site
Advantages and Features
Drag and drop notes from private to shared notebooks
Annotation by remote colleagues
(stand alone) notebook
Change history (pull down list)
Type or cut and paste
text or HTML
Upload image and
caption or PDF or
MS Office file
The technology lends itself to a broad set of uses many of which don’t require any special compliance
User Requested Features
Subscription to sets of notebooks and daily notification of changes if any
Ability to print hardcopy of all or set pages matching a search
Improved default search results
Added addendums to change history
Allow display of XML and HTML tags rather than execution
Evolution with Web Browsers
Extended Image upload types pjpeg, x-png, etc.
Removed old Java sketchpad
For example, PSC adding feature to generate compliance page
For certain experiments it is much more efficient to present notebook users with a custom form (worksheet) to record data.
automatically inserted by the instrument
Template produced by Nestor Zaluzec for the
Materials Microscopy Collaboratory
Template produced by Nestor Zaluzec
Add SSL encryption
Access by PKI certificates
Ability to create notebooks remotely and to set access policy
Auditing access success and failure
Modifications produced by Jim Rome of ORNL
For Materials Group. See enote cookbook for SW
To wrap the ORNL V1.12 notebook in a PKI access scheme was quite simple:
Instrument monitor and control panel
Imbedded in page
Courtesy of Michael Wright