iPhone Application - Simple Database

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iPhone Database Application to track two variables (for photosyn derivatives), that will be used to share with other researchers via email.

See zip file (attached) for UI, screens and flow of app.

The App is a simple Tab Bar Application with 4 screens. Display screen (shows graph), Input screen (inputs 2 variables, date and comment), Email screen (to email data), email filter (to select data items to email). Additional screen required to view results (not shown).

**Capability required:** Ability to store data in sql database, ability to graph data on line chart, ability to create tableviews, ability to configure date picker. Bonus if graphics are provided for tab bar items and design look and feel.

**All work should be objected oriented. All strings should be localized to support multiple languages.**

## Deliverables

A. All work will be stored in provided svn repository.

B. All dates and strings will be localized (internationalized) to support multiple languages (e.g. MMDDYYYY = United States)

C. User data (database) will be stored in users' document directory on iPhone (so that future updates will not erase previously stored user data)

D. Object oriented principles will be used as appropriate

E. iPhone SDK Application

F. No restricted third-party components are to be used.

G. Min/Max for graph are derived from (A=max and B=min)

H. x and y-axis labels are derived from data

I. Bonus provided for tab bar item graphics, other UI graphics to enhance and improve UI.

J. Graphs (line) has a distinct color for each variable.

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