Once you have successfully logged into the application (see Logging Into GNomEx), you are presented with the GNomEx application environment. This environment is a web-based window created by your browser. You can resize this window the same as any other window on your computer's own desktop.

Prominently displayed are a series of large buttons which give access to each of GNomEx's most commonly used modules. A description of the functionality of each of these modules is displayed along the bottom. Along the top of the window are a series of smaller buttons (tabs) that give access to these same and additional modules. These smaller buttons will always be available to assist in navigation through the application, regardless of what point you are at in the application itself. The display in the larger area (with the large buttons) will change, depending on what you are currently doing in the application, but as you work, when you click on one of the tabs (small buttons at the top), the data will appear the same as it did the last time you left that part of the application. Which buttons and tabs are actually displayed on your window will depend on your role with regard to GNomEx. Most users will see a limited number of buttons which give access to the most basic of GNomEx's functions such as requesting an experiment or searching GNomEx's repository of previously performed experiments, analyses and protocols.

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