Eremaea, and presumably others, will do the the stats you mention, but you'd
better have a look to make sure it's just how you want it, if you don't mind
storing data online for others to see.
Access can do exactly the same graphs that Excel can do, if that's going to
solve the problem, I think it's actually the same software shared by both
programs. Might be worth Googling for how to get started with it.
wrote on Friday, 6 November 2009 1:44 PM:
> Hi Everyone.
> I'm just wondering if there is any specific software, or web
> application that is available for recording trips, life lists, year
> lists etc?
> At the moment I use an MS Spreadsheet based on Christidis and Boles
> 2008 for my life list, year list, trips etc, but I find that it just
> doesn't have the flexibility that I want from it.
> I'm looking for an application that will allow me to input data taken
> over a period of time, then to produce different graph reports. I
> want to have different reports that will allow me to show how many
> species visit a certain location over the period of a year, or how
> many of a particular species was seen at a location over the period
> of a year, and other similar type of reports.
> I can create reports within MS Access that will do the reporting the
> way that I want it to, but I can't get it to print it out as a graph.
> And I can create reports within MS Excel that will print out the
> report in a graph, but the data entry is tedious and time consuming,
> because I can't work out how to create a data entry template that
> captures the data for the report. I have to input the data manually
> each time.
> I have been toying with the idea of creating a web-based application
> that will allow me enter in data from trips (Species, age, sex, etc
> etc), then prints out a report by location, species, age, sex etc, so
> that I can see species specifics for a location over a given period.
> However, the learning curve for that is more than my basic HTML
> editing skills can handle.
> Any help is much appreciated.
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