Keep track of your parameters with Nano Log
Keeping track of your water parameters is very important, whether you keep this data written in a book, compiled in a spread sheet, these records are invaluable. If something seems odd in the tank, you can always consult your records and see if anythng has changed. Tracking your parameters can see what effect that new carbon is having or it’s time to change the PO4 media out as the phosphate values are climbing.
Although your notebook maybe nice – until you decide to use it as a mop during a water change… and sure your spreadsheet works fine, but doesn’t it make everything feel like work? Looking for something simple that takes minimium amount of brain power to work with?
Why not give Nano Log a go? It is specially built application that you can use on your Windows, Mac or Linux based computer.
Nano Log’s current feature list is as follows:
- Sortable data grid with toggling columns to show as much or as little as you need.
- Simple input with html supported notes field.
- Supports importing/exporting it’s data in a readable xml file.
- Simple update function to get you the newest versions as they come out.
- Works with Windows, Mac* and Linux.
* Mac users running OS X 10 -will find functionality limited due to a bug.
Developed by Josh Chernoff, Nano Log is currently in Beta 5. You can submit feature, support and other requests to him via the Nano Log website.
Two things I would love to see for Nano Log include the following:
- Ability to retrieve data from aquarium computer for values such as PH, temp etc
- An iPhone app that syncs with this desktop application
Start getting your tank organised , download the current version of Nano Log here:
Note: You will need to have Adobe AIR installed on your computer for this to work. Download Adobe Runtime AIR here