1.8 / September 28, 2018
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ghini.pocket is a tiny android data viewer, handy if you want tohave a quick idea of a plant species, origin, and date it enteredthe garden, just by scanning a plant label. - install ghini.pocketon your android device, - start ghini.pocket, - search for plantcode 0 (this creates the database location), - search for plantcode settings (this tells you the database location), - useghini.desktop to export your garden database to a reduced SQLite3database, - copy the reduced database file to the device (this andthe previous step you repeat from time to time), ghini.pocket hasfour pages: taxonomy review, search, results, and correction. -While in the search page: - scan a plant code (or type it), - theinterface moves to the right, into the results page, - in theresults page you see the most relevant details about the plant. -While in the results page: - follow the link to the relativeWikipedia page, - swipe back to the search page, - swipe furtherback to the taxonomy review page, - swipe forward to the correctionpage. - In the correction page: - you see the data as last exportedfrom ghini.desktop, - two buttons also allow you: - grabbing yourcurrent coordinates, - taking pictures to be associated to theplant. - you click on the field you want to correct, - you type thenew value, - you confirm your edits (which get logged), - or youswipe back (and abort your edits). - In the taxonomy review page: -type a genus name, or its exact initial letters, - start thesearch, - the result is the path from genus up to order, - multiplematches are possible. - type the search item all capitals, and thesearch will be phonetic. - if no genus was found, the search isperformed among tribes, then families, then orders.

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ghini.pocket is a tiny android data viewer, handy if you want tohave a quick idea of a plant species, origin, and date it enteredthe garden, just by scanning a plant label. - install ghini.pocketon your android device, - start ghini.pocket, - search for plantcode 0 (this creates the database location), - search for plantcode settings (this tells you the database location), - useghini.desktop to export your garden database to a reduced SQLite3database, - copy the reduced database file to the device (this andthe previous step you repeat from time to time), ghini.pocket hasfour pages: taxonomy review, search, results, and correction. -While in the search page: - scan a plant code (or type it), - theinterface moves to the right, into the results page, - in theresults page you see the most relevant details about the plant. -While in the results page: - follow the link to the relativeWikipedia page, - swipe back to the search page, - swipe furtherback to the taxonomy review page, - swipe forward to the correctionpage. - In the correction page: - you see the data as last exportedfrom ghini.desktop, - two buttons also allow you: - grabbing yourcurrent coordinates, - taking pictures to be associated to theplant. - you click on the field you want to correct, - you type thenew value, - you confirm your edits (which get logged), - or youswipe back (and abort your edits). - In the taxonomy review page: -type a genus name, or its exact initial letters, - start thesearch, - the result is the path from genus up to order, - multiplematches are possible. - type the search item all capitals, and thesearch will be phonetic. - if no genus was found, the search isperformed among tribes, then families, then orders.
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