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<u1>SynBioWave 2.0 – User Guide</u1><br />
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SynBioWace 2.0 is aimed at people who work in the field of Synthetic Biology. It offers a variety of tasks and is very easy to use.
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<h1>SynBioWave 2.0 – User Guide</h1>
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SynBioWace 2.0 is aimed at people who work in the field of Synthetic Biology. It offers a variety of tasks and is easy to use.
In this guide we will show you step-by-step how to get access to it and how to use it.<br />
In this guide we will show you step-by-step how to get access to it and how to use it.<br />
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You will learn how to get a wave account and how to turn a simple wave into a SynBioWave to collaborate with colleagues all over the globe in real time. You can dive right into it: There are almost no prerequisites to start working with SynBioWave. All you need is a web browser capable of displaying the wave properly, such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari (for more information please see this <a href="http://www.google.com/support/wave/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=162257" target="blank"> link </a>)<br />
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You will learn how to get a wave account and how to turn a simple wave into a SynBioWave to collaborate with colleagues all over the globe in real time. You can dive right into it: There are almost no prerequisites to start working with SynBioWave. All you need is a web browser capable of displaying the wave properly, such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari (for more information please see this  
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Another important feature of SynBioWave is the opportunity to write custom add-on robots that are easily integrated with the existing program. If you would like to know how this is done please see:
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<a href = "http://2010.igem.org/Team:Freiburg_Software/Developer"> Developer Guide</a>
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<h2>User Guide</h2>
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In this part of the User Guide you will learn how to set
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<img src="http://2010.igem.org/wiki/images/0/00/Freiburg_10_software_Teacher_robot.png" title="Robot" alt="a robot" class="pic_150_auto" />up the SynBioWave Environment and use the basic functions, such as importing BioBricks, documentation and exporting your data.
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We have created a series of Add-on robots that can perform several task related to Synthetic Biology. In this second part of the User Guide we will present them to
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Latest revision as of 02:35, 28 October 2010

SynBioWave 2.0 – User Guide

Overview of SynBioWave SynBioWace 2.0 is aimed at people who work in the field of Synthetic Biology. It offers a variety of tasks and is easy to use. In this guide we will show you step-by-step how to get access to it and how to use it.
You will learn how to get a wave account and how to turn a simple wave into a SynBioWave to collaborate with colleagues all over the globe in real time. You can dive right into it: There are almost no prerequisites to start working with SynBioWave. All you need is a web browser capable of displaying the wave properly, such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari (for more information please see this link )
Another important feature of SynBioWave is the opportunity to write custom add-on robots that are easily integrated with the existing program. If you would like to know how this is done please see: Developer Guide