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BirdData software represents a custom database for the types of records useful to bird keepers. The program is oriented towards the needs of Parrot reeders, but may be useful to pet owners as well.
Bird records include identification information, fields for 6 items of user-defined data, and weight/journal for up to 2000 lines. Weight information may be shown graphically for individual birds and various groupings of birds. Bird records are placed in user-defined groups.
There is a search function for bird records that allows searching for a text string among any of the identification items or the six user-defined items.
A handy daily-weigh function will locate all babies that are a specific age or less on a specific date, and allow weights and comments for that date to be entered. This is useful both for daily entering of data, or for entering groups of paper-written info maintained on a per day basis.
Pair data includes identification information, information on bird origins, free-form date-stamped diary entries, and ongoing egglaying data. The program will calculate hatchdates, based on user input or prior data.
Pet data was maintained separately in previous versions, but is integrated with the rest of the bird data in version 3.0.
Most records and lists may be printed to provide permanent records. Full documentation is included in the form of a Windows Help file. When you desire help, press your F1 function key for context-sensitive help, or press the help key if you are in a dialog box.
BirdData is a complete database program that I developed for my own needs as a parrot breeder, and later released and expanded in reponse to other breeders’ needs. Records are kept for individual birds and for breeding pairs.
Y2K note: BirdData interprets “00” as 1900, “01” as 1901, and so on. It will correctly read current dates and perform date calculations, but any entered date must use “2001” fully. There will be an update eventually that sets 2-digit year entry to the range 1951-2050.







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Version 1.2, released May 28, 1998
BirdData Crack was originally released under the GNU General Public License Version 2.
As of May 31, 1999, I have released BirdData under the modified GNU General Public License.
The modification I requested was to add the restriction that all derivatives of the program must be released under the same GPL or GPL-like license.
The latest release is version 2.0, which will be released at the parrot conference in August 2000. The limitations of the new license are explained here.
At that time, versions of BirdData for Windows will also be released under the same terms and conditions.
BirdData requires Microsoft’s Visual Studio professional or equivalent for compilation.
For information on compiling with this program, please click here.
A tutorial for compiling and running BirdData on the Mac OS is here.
In addition to sources for the licensed and unlicensed versions of the program, a UNIX version is here.
Version 1.2 Release Notes:
BirdData version 1.2 requires Microsoft’s Visual Studio professional or equivalent. This release includes the first compilation of Windows binaries, and a cleaned version of the Macintosh source code.
One of the difficulties in developing software for the Macintosh platform has been getting the Macintosh version of Visual Studio working with the generated source files. The new version includes sources and a tutorial for compiling the program for the Mac OS.
With the original source files, compiling BirdData for the Mac OS with the GNU gcc compiler is fairly straight forward.
The Macintosh tutorial is presented in an HTML format.
The Mac version of the program will operate with version 6.0 or better of Mac OS. Since the sources are available, I have heard from several breeders who have already compiled and run BirdData under Mac OS X with great success.
I highly recommend using the free open source UNIX version of BirdData, since it can be compiled without the Visual Studio compiler.
The new version of BirdData has a four-tiered functionality:
1. The Bird Data System
2. The Bird Data Application
3. The Pet Record application
4. The User Interface
The Bird Data System includes the data and functions needed for keeping and analyzing bird records, including a search tool, a bird group creator, a date calculator, a daily weigh function, daily and weekly lists, and an egg-laying calculator.
The Bird Data Application is a database program that can import records, create new records,

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Window-based GUI, using text-boxes for entry of identification, weight, and user-defined data.
Grouping data by groups defined by the user.
Categorizes fields for date-stamped diary entries, and the daily-weigh function for entry of daily data.
Stores extensive weight history for each record.
Prints an extensive index/table, detailing which records were written for each bird.
Prints individual records on paper as specified by the user.
Comprehensive help file.

BirdData and the Reeds Network:

BirdData has been used as a component of the Reeds Network since 2007, and it works seamlessly with that network.
Starting in 2017, I will no longer be maintaining the BirdData website. I have been asked that I not maintain the website, so that will end. However, the Reeds Network will continue to be supported on the site, as will the BirdData database program, up to the year 2020.

Individual record behavior:

BirdData includes easy-to-use routines for entering identification, fields for user-defined data, date-stamped diary entries, and daily weights into the database program.
There is an extensive help file that will walk you through each operation, including printing of records.
Records may be printed on paper, or emailed to a address provided by the user.
Records may be modified after creation, prior to printing or emailing.
Records may be exported and modified in text-file formats using a spreadsheet program or a text editor, with or without integrity checks.

Bird groups:

Bird records are grouped by the user in as many groups as the user wishes to see. Grouping items may be configured such as to show only certain items or just weights, or all values.
Grouping items may be randomly configured by the user.
Each group has a name, a description, and the date it was created.
Grouping may be changed as desired.

Pair record behavior:

Pair records include identification information, origin information, and information on their attempts to lay eggs.
Records may be imported for development of hatchdate algorithms.
Prints a daily diary in character-based format (or an unlimited number of daily diary entries).
Records may be modified after creation, prior to printing or emailing.
Records may be exported and modified in text-file formats using a spreadsheet

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Version 3.0 is a complete revision and re-write. The interface has changed as well as most of the functions. Some of the functions have a similar interface in previous versions. Probably the most notable features of this version are the user-defined data fields and the ability to search among these data items. Bird data is kept in 6 fields and there is the ability to make 6 data items for each record.
The configuration of the program allows you to add as many data fields as you wish. If you want to add more than 6 data items, you must use additional configuration files.
Most of the functions are substantially different, but the ones that are similar should be easy to remember, because they have the same name.
For example, the “1st Mouse-mouse” form is the same as the “First Captive Pair” form.
Most of the old “>” forms are now “Add” and “Delete” forms.
The saveAsNew function is now called “Save As Blank Record”.
Most of the old forms have now been altered.
The “Add” form has a “New” button which opens the “Add Data” dialog box. The “New” button has an arrow to the right of it to make it easier to click with your mouse.
The “Delete” form has a “New” button that opens the “Delete Data” dialog box.
There is now a “Save as New” button for all “Add” forms.
The “Blank” record has a “New” button that opens the “Add Data” dialog box. The “New” button has an arrow to the right of it to make it easier to click with your mouse.
The “Delete” form has a “New” button that opens the “Delete Data” dialog box.
The “Blank” record has a “New” button that opens the “Add Data” dialog box.
There are now several buttons to the right of the Delete form. They have the old “Delete All” function as the button’s name, but they now have arrows to the right of them to make it easier to click with the mouse. They are also more readable than the old names.
The old “Transfer” and “Change” forms have new names, and are more easily found in the menu.
“Change” has moved to the “Modify” dialog box.
There are now two versions of the “Modify” dialog box.

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BirdData is a full-featured database program for the entry and maintenance of Parrot records. Records include: individual birds, breeding pairs, hatch dates, weights, equipment, genes, births, deaths, hatchlings, and non-reproductive siblings. The records are maintained according to a user-defined schedule of data, and may be printed for permanent record. All records are searchable, and records may be grouped according to criteria. Records may be either written in paper form, or entered into the database on disk or tape.
BirdData allows you to:

enter bird records for individual birds and groups of birds, or for multiple breeding pairs
enter equipment records, or weight and journal entries for individuals, or for pairs, or other items
add, edit, and delete records
display, sort, filter, and print records
store records on disk, tape, or paper record forms
create detailed birth and death records on hatchlings
create detailed birth and death records on non-reproductive siblings
export records to comma or tab-delimited text files for import into other programs

The program comes with Windows Help documentation, including a tutorial, along with sample data.
Version Information:
This manual was written by the maintainer of BirdData, as described in its options screen, on April 2000.
This version of BirdData has been checked for successful operation with Windows 2000, and can be run in that operating system, as well as any other operating system that can read an MS-DOS executable file. Installation/uninstallation via an executable package (.zip or.exe) is simple; this program is not a GUI.
The manual is divided into three chapters: Initial Setup, Maintenance & User’s Guide, and Records and Lists. The last chapter provides examples of how to create and manage records.
The initial Setup chapter explains how to prepare your hard disk to accept data.
The Maintenance & User’s Guide chapter explains how to maintain the database, how to query and export records, and how to use the search and view features of BirdData.
The Records and Lists chapter provides examples of how to create and print records, and how to store records on disk and on tape.
The manual is not intended to be read in order. There are no chapters or sections, but simply an outline of what you can do with BirdData, written by someone who has used the program. Any category of records is covered in the “maintenance and user’s guide” chapter; there

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