Mouse Tracker 4+

Research team utility

Dave Christie

Designed for iPad

    • Free

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Description

Mouse Tracker is a user-friendly app available for iPhones, geared towards graduate students and research staff who manage rodent colonies.

Mouse Tracker is a user-friendly app available for iPhones, geared towards graduate students and research staff who manage rodent colonies. Keep track of weaning times, different transgenic lines, and your overall number of cages. Know when your mice/rats are available to be used for testing. Managing your colonies has never been easier!

Mouse Tracker User Guide

Calendar View Tab

When you create a new cage ticket, one of the fields entered is the Received Date. The Calendar View will display a black/white (depends on whether Dark Mode is selected) dot under dates that have tickets with a matching Received Date.

Six weeks after the ticket date, a blue dot is displayed on the Calendar View, and two weeks and a day after that a red dot.

So, for example, if you created a ticket with a Received Date of February 1, there will be a black/white dot displayed under February 1, a blue dot displayed under March 15 (6 weeks - testable phase), and a red dot displayed under March 30 (8 weeks plus a day – expired phase)

The app will send you notifications (if allowed by you) when the tickets enter their blue and red states.

In the case of multiple tickets on a given date, (ticket entered, other tickets entering their blue or red states), the dot color precedence will be red->blue->black/white.

Clicking on any date on the Calendar View will display the tickets associated with that date at the bottom of the Calendar View,

The Ticket Entry overlay can be opened by clicking on the “+” button at the top right of the screen (new ticket) or by clicking on any of the ticket mini entries listed below the Calendar (edit ticket)

Swiping the individual tickets below the Calendar gives you the option of archiving the swiped ticket.


List Tab

This tab contains a list with all the individual details of tickets created by the app.

Swiping individual entries in the list gives you the option of archiving the swiped tickets

Clicking on individual tickets will bring up the Ticket Entry overlay to edit the clicked ticket.

New tickets can be generated by clicking on the “+” button at the top right of the screen.
Filter Tab

This screen gives you the ability to filter data displayed in the Calendar View based on ticket ages (blue and red), and by strain. The strain is entered on the Ticket Entry overlay.


Archive Tab

This is a list of all tickets archived from the Calendar and List Display tabs. Archived tickets are not displayed on the Calendar View.

Swiping individual rows in the Archive View will reveal 2 buttons, one for unarchiving the ticket, and the other for permanently deleting the ticket.


Ticket Entry Overlay

This popup screen allows you to enter all the data you need for a Cage Ticket.

The “Date Received” section has a date picker for selecting the ticket date

The section for Strain, will take you to a screen with a list of strains with default names. Clicking on the Edit button will allow to edit the existing names, add new strains and delete unused ones.

Clicking on the Photo frame entry will bring you to a screen that will allow you to take a photo that can be associated with the ticket. Comments/remarks can be entered on that screen as well.









App Privacy

The developer, Dave Christie, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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