Overview of Measure Mode UI

Measure Mode in Riffyn is indicated by the dark blue bar across the top of the window and the name "Measure" in the upper left corner of the screen. The ID of the experiment is indicated by the 17 characters at the end of the URL.


Measure Mode is separated into four sections:

1. Upper menu bar

The upper menu bar contains the main navigation features for the app. Items in this section in left to right order are:

  • Riffyn icon - opens the process library.
  • Design drop down - design options, including renaming and duplicating a process.
  • Design name - edit the name and description of the process.
  • Account name and access level - user's access controls for the process.
  • Account icon - account and sign out options.
  • Question mark icon - help documentation.
  • Refresh/download icon - data export.

The grey upper menu bar contains mode-specific options. Items in this section in left to right order are:

  • Version - list and description of all previous process versions.
  • Experiments drop down - create new experiments or view previous experiments
  • Data drop down - access specific data sets associated with individual experiments

2. Design canvas

The Resource Type, component, and property panes display information for a selected step. This information can include any Resource Type, components, or properties assigned to either the inputs or outputs of the step. More information on Resource Types, Components, and Properties.

3. Run Data

The run data is the main section of Measure Mode.

Resource Types, Components, and Properties listed cannot be changed or edited in Measure Mode. Resources from the resource inventory can be assigned to specific Resource Types, and Property Values can be assigned to specific Properties. The run data section also includes options for planning an experiment, entering runs, uploading data, filtering runs/data, and applying data cleaning procedures.

4. Info, notes, and version pane

The info, notes, and version pane contains additional information about the process. When no step is selected these tabs display information for the process itself. When a step is the selected this pane will display information specific to the selected step in the info/design tabs, and display a diamond next to the version in which the selected step was changed. The info tab captures procedural information.

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