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AnimalTracker can be used to track the position of animals and their behavior in the context of an observation. Users can draw a map of the area and position the animals on it. The application can then calculate the distance between the animals and the distribution of them on the map across a specified time period. All data can be exported as tables to be used in spreadsheet applications or statistics programs.

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Recent releases

  •  07 Jan 2004 02:23

    Release Notes: The export and the filemerge functions are working again.

    •  19 Oct 2003 15:50

      Release Notes: The distribution calculation was not working in the 0.67 version (it now is). The selected values in the distribution view are now saved in every file, so they don't have to be changed every time you start the program again. The behaviour selection dialog has two new buttons, "Select All" and "Select None", to change the behaviour selection for the distribution. Two cosmetic changes were made in the distribution view.

      •  21 Sep 2003 13:58

        Release Notes: All files are now saved as XML files. The exported files are saved as TSV files instead of CSV. The names of the animals can be saved separately. A calculation bug was fixed.

        •  18 Aug 2003 21:43

          Release Notes: The behaviour can now be recorded for each scan. Selected behaviours can be shown on the distributionview/map. Some bugs were fixed. "configure" can now be used to create the Makefiles.

          •  21 Jul 2003 22:31

            Release Notes: A lot of bugs which showed up in the wxGTK version were removed. The median algorithm is now also used to calculate the mean distance. The distribution view has a colour dialog where colours can be selected to indicate the amount of animals within a square.


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