Alternately, if you'd like to download the older, executable version of MicrobeTrace, click here. The old version also has a User Manual. We're working on the User manual for the new version, but it isn't ready yet. In the meanwhile, much of the functionality is very similar, so the old user manual may be instructive (if not completely accurate). Additionally, the new MicrobeTrace has an unofficial wiki that should be accurate (if not complete).
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Developed By Tony Boyles and Eric Aslakson
If you need help using MicrobeTrace, consult our Help Wiki
If you've discovered a bug or would like to request a new feature, please check to see if it's an existing issue. If not, please file a new issue.
Accessibility and 508 Compliance
The MicrobeTrace application is not compliant with all 508 standards, and as such, it is not accessible by individuals with disabilities. However, the application complies with the 508 Accommodations stated in our Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) form.
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Thanks to 18F's open source policy and code of conduct that were very useful in setting up this GitHub organization. Thanks to CDC's Informatics Innovation Unit that was helpful in modeling the code of conduct.