[Bio-software] archive database software

Jim Halpin via bio-soft%40net.bio.net (by jhalpin from jhalpin.com)
Tue May 12 13:37:47 EST 2009


Hi. I'd be interested in hearing your feedback about this software package
that I developed. Check out the Nature category. The software is free, and
my goal is to make improvements in future versions. 

 

Thanks for your time.

 

Jim Halpin, CPA

www.jhalpin.com

 

 

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Museum Archive software project

 

http://www.musarch.com <http://www.musarch.com/> 

 

Free database software for museums, historical societies, schools, nonprofit
organizations, and other groups. 

 

There are two versions of the software: the basic version that is a free
download from the web site, and a premium version that is free with the
purchase of the accompanying book. The web site will (soon) have a series of
tutorial videos, and it has a complete online version of the software's help
file (approx 110 pages). 

 

Purchasing the book is not a requirement - the basic version has no time
limits or usage limits, but it does not have a few features that are
included in the premium version. The book will be available for sale on
Amazon in the near future.

 

Both versions of the software are network-ready, multi-user applications
able to store a (nearly) unlimited number of Objects. The end user has
control over the structure of the supporting information (status codes,
locations, sub-categories, source codes, and so on). Special emphasis is
placed on locating Objects once they have been entered into the database.
The end user can query the database to produce reports containing a sub-set
of the total archive.

 

Here is an introductory video available on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33X85EynTwY

 

 

 



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