|Title||Open Source Subject Database Project (OSSDP)|
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Authors||Brewer, K, Mittman, B, Kominsky, J, Henes, J|
|Publisher||Center for Brains, Minds and Machines|
Working with some of our human studies laboratories, we have developed a website-wrapped database system for self-signup, contact tracking, visit tracking and other related data for experiments with human subjects.
The Open Source Subject Database Project, provided by the Center for Brains, Minds and Machines, is a free*, open source alternative to systems that require annual fees, expensive developers and proprietary software, such as FileMaker Pro, etc. It is built on the free and open source Drupal 8 platform (PHP, MySQL, Apache), which is widely used in Higher Ed, government, corporations and many others and is fully customizable.
We are currenlty on v2.0.1 updating to synced Family/Child records with field standardized age calculations and more.
Read more, view screenshots, and download the software on the OSSDP mini site.
- CBMM Funded