Anubis is a system to handle calls, proposal submission and reviews.
It is based on a number of types of entities.
A call is a call for proposals. In the Anubis
system, it is a container for proposals, reviews and decisions.
A proposal can be created and written by
anyone who has an account in the Anubis system. A proposal is always
made in the context of a specific call.
The proposal must be submitted by the user before the closes date of the call.
The review of proposal within a call is set
up by the administrator. This includes defining what information the
reviewers must provide, including scores or rank, and which accounts
should be reviewers of which proposals.
The decision is a way of documenting what
the result of the review of a proposal is.
A grant dossier is a means for the researcher
and staff to share information about a successful proposal.
Most of the above entities are configured for each call to provide a
set of input fields, to be filled in by the user, reviewer or
staff. There are a number of input field types
that may be used.
An account is the representation of a user
in the Anubis system. A user must have an account to be able to write
a proposal. An account may have different roles, which gives different
sets of privileges.
Different user roles have different sets of privileges,
which determine what they are allowed to do within the Anubis system.