Landing page for SRS demo

BAS logoThis is just a convenience page from which to launch the various Spider Recording Scheme page demonstrations. For live SRS data entry forms, we can make this look however we want (within the limits of the iRecord house style). The recording forms are hosted on our development iRecord platform so all the data entered within this are all treated as test data. To try out the recording forms yourselves, you will need to sign up to iRecord 

Screencasts

These screencasts demonstrate the iRecord forms and facilities that you can try out yourselves using the links further down the page and the login details sent to you. We recommend that you watch the screencasts first and then try the website for yourlselves and your leisure.

The screencasts are best viewed in fullscreen mode - use the icon (pictured left) at the bottom right of the video to make it fullscreen (Esc key to revert). If any of the captions are too quick for you too read everything - just click on the video to pause it (click again to restart) or drag the progress indicator backwards whilst the video is playing to repeat a bit.

Single species enhanced...

These pages are the main focus of the demonstration pages - they reflect the current species entries pages on the SRS website but with the requested enhancement of have optional sampling and habitat inputs. It includes the iRecord map control which makes it easy for people to enter grid references by clicking on the map. The map can be quickly located in the correct place by searching on a location name or, for example, a postcode.

Full data SRS sample entry...

This is a multiple record entry example which illustrates how iRecord could be potentially be used by mainstream SRS recorders in the future. The taxon list currently uses the NHM UK Species Inventory (UKSI) but this could be changed to use the BAS checklist instead.

Single species simple...

This is a simple implementation as close to the current SRS record entry forms as I could make it - there are no enhancements, e.g. for entering habitat or sampling information.

Basic download example...

This is a record download example which implements the most basic functionality with a simple date filter. Access to this functionality can be limited to specified scheme administrators. More sophisticated download features could, if required, be added.