Each screen in a MindLogger activity can include informational text, picture, or audio and one of the following:
Each screen can also have a delay, a timer, as well as conditional logic to determine where to go next.</p>
As for sensors on a phone, MindLogger currently makes use of the touchscreen, camera, and microphone, and only actively, ie, when you use the app. Some activities may also present a special button for recording GPS at the moment you press that button.
Once you create an account on the app or admin panel, those credentials will allow you to log in anywhere MindLogger requires authentication.
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CPAL-1.0 open source license for user application software, and DOSA-1.0 delayed open source license for administrative software. Please go HERE to learn more.
The data visualization dashboard will be ready by January 2021.
Export features will be ready by January 2021. If you want to code your own reports, you can access your data in JSON format through the API endpoints.
MindLogger is end-to-end encrypted, which means that only the creator/owner of a given applet can give access to any data. MindLogger stores all data in access-controlled, AES 256-bit-encrypted MongoDB document stores, which are hosted on a HIPAA-compliant instance on Amazon Web Services, and served with HTTPS protocols. Response data and personal information are stored and encrypted separately.
In order for MindLogger to keep your response data completely secure, we have designed the security around the user’s response data to be impenetrable, but that means that you cannot change or reset the applet password. If you have lost your applet password, you have lost all previously collected response data from your users.
You can duplicate your applet and create a new password to retain the applet content and begin to collect new user data, however. We suggest that all applet passwords be stored in a central location outside of MindLogger with tools like LastPass or 1password.
In order to access response data, you need to have the right role and applet password. If you grant access to an individual with a manager or reviewer role, that individual will also need the applet password to see any user data. Once that individual’s role is removed from the applet, that individual can no longer access user data.