Originally released in 2012, this free open source communicative development inventory (CDI) data manager,
Facilitating scientific research for great good.
This will have created a test user with the email firstname.lastname@example.org. Simply navigate to the local running server and reset that user's credentials using the forgotten password feature. Obviously this should be modified before going into production but the default configuration options will print the temporary password to the terminal. After logging in, navigate to the formats tab to create CDIs. See our example CDI format, presentation format, and percentile table.
Be sure to comply with all policies from your institution and the related regulations. Need more help getting started? What questions should you ask your IT department? Data migration? Suggested practice / secure sustainable environment? Privacy / encryption? Cloud services? Checkout the technical docs.
Released under the GNU GPL v3 License, this open source project is free for use / modification. Your work matters and we hope, even in its small way, CDIbase can help. (c) 2014 A. Samuel Pottinger and, as this is used in academic settings, contributions come under a contributions agreement optionally waived by A. Samuel Pottinger or current project maintainer. All documentation under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Sam Pottinger continues to be the active maintainer / project lead.
CDIbase's fine tuned user access controls allow administrators to specify which users can do what including enter / delete / import data, send emails to parents, read existing CDI data, edit CDI and presentation formats, use the external facing API, and edit other user accounts. >> how to delete and restore data
Also, "deleting" data moves it to a "recycle bin" so data loss is just a little harder. >> how to manage users
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