A Site is a geographical grouping of Trials.
sites are metadata for contacts and genotypes. A contact’s site may be their employer. Genotype sites are intended to store the origin of a genotype.
Organisation comes with the following system columns
|This field is for storing a unique name for a site in the database.
Examples: The Univeristy
|This field is used for storing a series of 5 characters that can represent the site at the end of the Trial Acronym.
When adding a site, Katmandoo will automatically generate the Trial Acronym suffix based on the site name.
Examples: brslc, TTA, gndwn
An initial Katmandoo installation only includes one site, called Unknown site.
For help on the basic functions surrounding the site page, here are some links below
|Searching for a Site
This link will give instructions on all the functions and tools that appear on the search page
|Adding and Editing a Contact
This link has all the information needed on how data can be added in Katmandoo V3
This link will go to the help page that details how to import large amounts of data in the Database.
This link will go to the export page with all the information surrounding the Export pop-up and all of its functions