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Items that are ''terms'' will be presented in italics.
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;[[Mecs_About_Mecs | About MECS]]
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:A short summary of the MECS project and what we are working on.
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;[[Mecs_Bifrost_Area | Bifrost Area]]
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;About MECS
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:This chapter describes how we access the different data and information about how to access it, including the holes.
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;[[mecs_tsd | TSD]]
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:Information about the service for sensitive data, TSD
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;[[mecs_nao | Setting up Nao for MECS]]
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:How to set up Nao for experiments in MECS
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:Information on logo use.

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Innhold

The MECS Handbook

Introduction

This handbook should provide the basics to getting started in working with MECS. The idea is to put everything here that we feel a new person needs to know when they start the project. If there is something here that is missing, please add it.

Conventions used

To provide some consistency, we try to use the following convertions.

Items that are terms will be presented in italics.

For items that can only be done via the a GUI, we will try to lead the way with figures.

Handbook overview

This handbook does not need to be read in a particular order. This is a quick summary of the different chapters, so you know where to look for things.

About MECS
A short summary of the MECS project and what we are working on.
Bifrost Area
This chapter describes how we access the different data and information about how to access it, including the holes.
TSD
Information about the service for sensitive data, TSD
Setting up Nao for MECS
How to set up Nao for experiments in MECS
Logo and Templates
Information on logo use.
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