We're building out tutorial videos for CyberTracker. If you have some to share, please send them to email@example.com.
- 1 Using line transects
- 2 Creating and Editing Element List Filters
- 3 Customizing Element Lists
- 4 Advanced Map Features
- 5 Graphing Trends in Data
- 6 User Customized Lists
- 7 Restricted Application Editing Using a Password
- 8 Goto Lists
- 9 Goto Using Elements
- 10 History in the Field
- 11 User Lists
- 12 Basic Application Editing
CyberTracker contains a simple transect system that allows processing of sightings into data that can be processed by applications like Distance. Check out how it works.
The Element List control can have its contents filtered. Check out how it works.
The Element List control is the most flexible control in CyberTracker. Check out this demo of various properties that can be customized. Note there is additional documentation here.
CyberTracker has avoided adding many GIS related features, because it focuses primarily on being a data-conduit. However, it does have several useful mapping features.
Trend graphs are a way to see simple trends in data over time.
A User list is a list that can be customized without affecting the database in any way. This is typically used when sending a CyberTracker database to another group that may need to add their own users.
Editing of Applications can be restricted to prevent loss of data integrity.
Goto lists allow specification of a number of target locations. These can be selected and CyberTracker will navigate users to them.
Goto points can also be specified by using Elements. This means that users can be guided to well known locations by navigating an application, rather than finding a single point in a potentially long list.
This video shows the feature of having previously recorded sightings appear on the device.
This video shows how to use a User List. This is a special type of list which you can customize without changing the database. It is especially useful for names of users, which are likely to change a lot.
Basic Editing is a new feature whereby users can be restricted to editing a limited set of properties in an application.