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Field Book

All Contributors

Field Book is a simple app for taking phenotypic notes. Collecting data in the field has traditionally been a laborious process requiring writing notes by hand followed by transcription. Field Book was created to replace paper field books and to enable increased collection speed with greater data integrity.

Field Book uses custom layouts for different types of data to that allow rapid data collection. Traits being collected are defined by the user and can be exported and transferred between devices. Sample files are provided with the installation.

Development of Field Book has been supported by the Collaborative Crop Research Program of The McKnight Foundation and the National Science Foundation under Grant No. (1543958).

Contributors


Trevor Rife

📆 💻 🎨

Peter Selby

💻

Tim Parsons

💻 👀

Nick

💻 👀 🐛

Chris Tucker

💻

Chaney Courtney

💻

dmeidlin

💻

Minoru Inamori

💻 🤔

Nahuel Soldevilla

💻

Jessssica33

💻

abatac

💻

Marcus McHale

💻 🐛

Bryan Ellerbrock

💻 🤔

Irazema Fuentes-Bueno
🌍

narinder singh

🌍

Daljit Singh

🌍

Sandra Dunckel

🌍

Shuangye Wu
🌍

Erena Edae
🌍

Tatiana Danilova
🌍

Rodrigo Pedrozo
🌍

Cristiano Lemes da Silva
🌍

Sophie Bouchet
🌍

Hiroyoshi Iwata

🌍

Goro Ishikawa
🌍

Mokhlesur Rahman
🌍

Alice Brunazzi
🌍

Khaled Al-Shamaa

🌍

HMS17

💻

Develop

To compile Field Book:

  1. Generate a GitHub personal access token that includes read:packages scope.
  2. Create a local.properties file in the root Field Book project directory.
  3. Add parameters GITHUB_USERNAME and GITHUB_TOKEN with your specific information.

To submit code to Field Book:

  1. Merge the develop branch with your feature branch and resolve any conflicts.
  2. Create a pull request targeting the develop branch.
  3. Select 1-2 people to review your code.

License

Licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2)
You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.