!I have created a database (fmpro) driven application that takes behavior data and uses popup menus to automate data entry. The application allows the user to customize several fields, then auto-enters the information into a paragraph-format. It also saves the data for future analysis.
I want to do two things:
I want to have a way to make graphs from selected data
I want it to be a stand-alone application
I want to be able to run it on a desktop or an iPhone/iPod touch.
The iPod touch interface should allow for customizable buttons that can auto-generate entries that are customized for each actuation of the buttons. In other words, the user can get in and program the green button to automatically generate a record that describes the behavior, antecedent, etc. This way, records can be created in rapid succession and then "tweaked" later for specific information.
Not sure if I mentioned that the database should sync with the ipod entry. No need to do the graphing within the iPod.
Also, for the interval data, I need to have an audible counter. To describe it with an example:
The entries show 20 fields with no entry, yes, no pop-up selections. The user selects the interval and then selects whether or not the target behavior occurred during that interval. As it is now, the user has to time it him/herself while monitoring behavior and entering data. I would like an audible signal to go off according to customizable intervals.