Ditch your folders and clipboard and capture all your dig records on a tablet. Use our pre-defined forms for cuts, deposits, plans, sections, finds, samples and so on – or create new forms to suit your needs.
- Comprehensive lists of values for eg colours, textures based on an amalgamation of UK practices
- Calculation of levels and linking levels to relevant forms
- Tracks links between contexts and plans/sections/finds
- Organise your work into collections
- Export/import utility for back up and to print or output to spreadsheets or other databases
- Create or customise your own forms and lists of values
Enjoy a walk around Silchester’s Roman town walls or the neolithic henge at Marden, acompanied by information and commentary from the archaeologists who’ve explored them. The next best thing to visiting when the excavators are at work.
Archaeopad is a collection of Apps designed for and with archaeologists. I’m an IT specialist who’s been studying for a part-time degree in Archaeology at the University of Reading and have become fascinated with the challenges, and potential benefits, of putting my IT skills to use in the field.
Archaeologists need applications that blend a practical, robust approach with sound academic content, a suitable challenge for any designer/developer.
Skelly-Pad is designed for osteologists to record skeletons in the lab or in the trench, and has proved particularly useful for fragile human remains that need to recorded and measured in situ.
Level-Pad is a very simple App for recording and calulating levels, designed to let you get on with the interesting stuff.
All my Apps are available on Apple and Android devices – if there’s an App you’ve always wanted but not ahd time or inclination to write – let me know!
Record your skeleton and dental inventory straight into a tablet, share the inventory with other users or export to Excel. Includes age at death, sex assessment, stature estimation and full juvenile skeleton with sexual maturity assessment.
For details of the latest version and support see https://skellypad.wordpress.com/references/