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|@@ -37,6 +37,7 @@ <h1>Table of Contents</h1>|
|<li><a href="#basic_screening">Basic screening</a></li>|
|<li><a href="#labeled_terms">Labeling terms</a></li>|
|+ <li><a href="#notes">Notes</a></li>|
|<li> <a href="#leading">Leading a Review</a></a>|
|@@ -130,6 +131,21 @@ <h2><a name="tags">Tags</a></h2>|
|You can toggle this tag on/off by clicking it. When the tag is highlighted (yellow), this means that it applies to the current abstract, otherwise it does not. The same applies to new abstracts; when they first appear, they are by default 'untagged', so that all tags will be de-selected (i.e., not highlighted). You can toggle on all appropriate tags by clicking the <img height=25 src="images/tag_study.png" /> button, and then clicking on those that apply.</p>|
|+<p>Tags are meant to designate studies as belonging to some auxilary category (e.g., RCT or not). For more general notes regarding studies, you'll want to use the <i>notes</i> funcitonality. Notes allow you to enter both unstructured/general notes about a study and/or PICO-structured notes.</p>|
|+<p>To create a note, simply click the <img height=25 src="images/notes_btn.png" /> button. This will bring up the following dialog:<br/>|
|+<img src="images/notes.png" />|
|+Enter whatever notes you'd like in the corresponding, then click the 'save notes' button to save them. The note-taking dialog can be manipulated as indicated. It can also be dragged around (just click on the grey header and move it!).</p>|
|+<p>You can export your notes as a field when you <a href="#export">export labels</a>, and you can also see them when you review your labels. When you click the notes button for a study for which you've already entered notes, these will be shown in the notes dialog.</p>|
|<h1><a name="leading">Leading a Review/Project</a></h1>|