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Biotime log app?

 
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I'd like to know if anybody is considering a biotime log app?
 
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I like excel for data logging. Your suggestion sounds like a logical progression.

I would love to have an app on a tablet that lets me record data with flexible parameters, maybe interfacing with off-the-shelf sensing technology (backyard weatherstations and the like), and maybe producing relevant graphic output of said data at need (graphs, tables, perhaps even customised planting and harvesting schedules).

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