To download experiment results:

1. Start the Experiments module by clicking on either the large Download Experiment Results button in the Experiments section of the home page of the application environment or the smaller button labeled Experiments along the top row of the application.

2. Find the appropriate experiment in the list of experiments in the module — see Finding and Viewing a Summary of an Experiment for more details about how to go about doing this in the Experiments module.

3. Click on the Downloads link in the lower part of the screen (beneath the experiment summary).

A list of downloads associated with the experiment will be displayed.

4. Select the items you would like to download in the list by checking the box in the leftmost column of the list next to those items.

5. Indicate whether you would like to include JPEG files or TIFF files by checking the appropriate box beneath the list.

6. Click on the Download button next to these checkboxes.

GNomEx will estimate how much data you are about to download. It does this to give you an idea of how much time it might take to download the indicated materials. This estimate is displayed and you are asked if you would like to continue with the download. (Click No if you want to abort the download at this point.

7. Click Yes to confirm that you want to proceed with the download. A typical Save As dialog will appear so that you can choose a location to store the downloaded files.

8. Choose a location to store the downloaded information on your computer hard drive or a network volume as appropriate and click Save to initiate the download to that location.

The files will be downloaded in a .zip file. You may need to extract the files from this compressed folder using a zip file extraction application in order to view them properly.

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