Measure Mode Basics
Overview of Riffyn's Measure Mode - including a tour of the UI and overview of the basic operations.
- Introduction to Measure Mode
- Overview of Measure Mode UI
- Creating a Simple Run
- Making Minor Design Edits in Measure Mode
- Adding an Experimental Summary
- Duplicating an Experiment
Adding and Editing Runs in an Experiment
A run captures values for an experimental step. Each run can have resources and property values assigned to it, and can be connected to runs on other steps of the same experiment.
- Creating Runs in an Experiment
- Propagating (Connecting) Runs across Steps
- How to Connect Existing Runs across Steps
- How to Interpret Run Connections
- Run Aggregations
- Deleting Runs
Resources and Property Values
Resources are a specific instance of a resource type, and property values are the data associated with a property.
- Using Resources
- Using Resources Across Steps
- Creating Resources Manually
- Assigning Resources
- Automatically Generated Resources
- Copying Data to Clipboard for Selected Runs
Planning an Experiment
An experiment plan records the planned number of runs, and the expected property values for resources used in each of those runs.
Manual Data Capture
Experimental data can be manually captured.
Capturing Data from Files
Measure Mode has powerful tools for uploading your data to Riffyn.
- Capturing Data from Files Using Parsely
- Step 1: Recognize Data Structure
- Step 2: Map Data to Runs
- Step 3 (optional): Assign & Name Run Resources
- Step 4: Map Data to Properties
- Step 5 (optional): Manual Data Entry