The EDA consists of a web application and a supporting website; benefits include: The ability to build a stepwise visual representation of your experiment.
Feedback and advice on your experimental plan.
This is going to be an interesting one?
Dedicated support for randomisation, blinding and sample size calculation. Practical information to improve knowledge of experimental design. Improved transparency of your experimental design, allowing you to share and discuss your plan with colleagues and collaborators
This could be useful, but it could also become an albatross for UK researchers who may be made to do this by well meaning Home Office Inspectors.
Are you going to discuss your secret experiments with your competitors of course you are not.
There is a move to have animal experiments registered like clinical trials.gov. But are you going to tell everyone about your ideas for inventions before they become inventions?
Pharma will run a mile from these shores if this ever comes into being, but hey they have run a mile from these shores already as there major pharma doing MS work are no uK based.
Check the video tutorials and the user guide for general information on the EDA process. Find out more about the background for this project.