The City of New York has been using GraphPad for its sidewalk inspections since 2014 to complete their Preliminary Inspection Report (PIR). The following video demonstrates the forms they use as well as their library of symbols, how they are deployed across all their iPads as well as new features in GraphPad that could be of use to the inspectors and other departments within the DOT.
Demonstration of how GraphPad allows users to enter appointments that can be mapped for turn by turn directions and for pre-populating forms as well as how GraphPad can use this same map view to integrate with backend systems.
The following video demonstrates how easy it is to use GraphPad to calculate the cost of insulation.
When creating library objects, GraphPad uses a lot of settings that determine how objects will be displayed in a drawing and how they will interact with any tables that have been added. The following video shows how I go through a library to make sure everything is setup correctly as well as demonstrate how different settings work.
This is a quick video showing how to create 3′ doors and store them in the library for re-use.
I created this video for larger companies that would like to integrate their systems with GraphPad and to describe in technical terms how that might be done. Integration is currently beyond the scope of any of my existing customers and is probably only of interest to other software companies that would like to extend the capabilities of their own products to include a drawing capability by integrating with GraphPad. Ideally, this would be a win everyone involved for a minimal investment. Integration with GraphPad might also be of interest to larger companies that have developed their own applications but do not have the resources to create a completely bespoke drawing application.
This video describes what types of data GraphPad can capture, how that data is structured and how GraphPad can call a web service to upload and download data.
Here is a new tutorial on Lines Mode and creating / modifying lines.