- Definition: Local Users are people working in
Princeton University laboratories.
- Obtaining a database account: Fill in the registration
form to request an account. No database access will be given
without the approval of the PI of the lab to which you say you belong.
- Access: Local Users have the possibility to view
their own private data in PUMAdb, and data from other members of their
lab, and to enter experiments.
- Note: Once a Local
User has an account set-up, they can request that an account be set-up
for any of their collaborators. However please note that the Local
User will be the contact person for the collaborator and will be
responsible for entering all their data.
- Definition: Collaborators are people working outside
of Princeton University directly on a project with someone at
Princeton University. They must be sponsored by a Local User.
- Obtaining an account: Accounts for collaborators are
obtained by filling out the registration
form. One of the curators will contact you within one business
day with your password and account details after the Local User with
whom you collaborate has verified the collaboration.
- Access: The collaborator can see only the
experiments specifically selected by the Local User with whom they
collaborate. A collaborator will not be able to enter any data. All
data must be entered by a Local User.
Please, keep your contact information current. If you have a new address, e-mail, etc., you can update it: find and select your name under the List Data/Users link on our Search and Analyze page and follow the 'Edit user Information' link on the bottom of the page.