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I don't know a cloud based software for this, but have used SweetHome3D (Java, so all platforms) and found it good. You can't upload that image into it as far as I know, but building the walls is an easy task (I did it in under 30 minutes, including the learning curve). You can then place the furniture from their stock images onto your floor plan and get a ...


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You can try FET from a Romanian school. It's free, it has all the features you need. If you want something customized for your University, let me know.


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You need to be more specific on the requirements. From what you wrote I could say use notepad. But that's probably not what you had in mind. Maybe something like Trello? Or OneNote if you add handwritten stuff/drawings? (of course you can also include images in trello and use paint or something). Maybe evernote? Or just something like markdown? Maybe some ...


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http://whenisgood.net is an online scheduler program similar to Doodle with a streamlined interface. You can click on a timeslot to indicate it's free, or click and hold to indicate a range of timeslots. Plus, even if the page still shows all the time slots, this is not confusing anymore as it does not need scrolling, everything just fits in a small space, ...


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I'm using My Cookbook and am very satisfied with it. It seems to meet your requirements, as far as I understand: let you store your own recipes: Yes. store multiple pictures per recipe: Yes (see 3rd screenshot below). assign recipes to calendar meal events such as "breakfast": Can be done using the app's category system. for each calendar day: There's a ...


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I have read your all requirements and want to recommend perfect solution for it. Proofhub.com matched with your all requirements mentioned above. I would say it as an Pro project management tool detailed seems to be boring :P Features: Timesheet Group Chat Gantt Charts Discussions Task Management Set Custom roles Mark User as Private


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Have you take a look at Miro? It's a whiteboard with a variety of template to choose from: just to add sticky notes, make a simple or complex interaction between class or entity or interaction between UI and code behind it, or design your UI... plus: it's collaborative. minus: for free you have just 3 boards.


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You could take a look at the iMapping Tool. It is a visual knowledge mapping tool that lets you organize text notes and pictures visually on what could be described as an infinite pinboard (a bit like prezi, or as some users describe it "like Google Maps for Ideas". Items can be nested and interlinked so you can add structure as your collection grows. Some ...


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You could take a look at traditional graphing tools such as: plot.ly which does have some geographic plotting available Bokeh also allows geographic plotting Matplotlib with basemap can as well But all of the above need quite a lot of work and generally are looking to display on a global or national scale. QGIS I would suggest taking a look at QGIS which ...


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It isn't clear whether you'd be happy with a web app, but assuming you would, I think that Trello does what you are asking well - it allows you to create task boards that are grouped into lists. The default lists are named To do, Done and Doing, but these can be renamed. If you ever need to extend the list to multiple people, like friends or family, there ...


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Not sure if you are still looking but I found this reasonably priced product called AccountSight. It provides the following features: A precise time tracking tool with a stopwatch feature, to mark exact start and end times for tasks. Resource allocation tool, where you can easily check your available resources, assign your resources tasks, confirm their ...


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TaskBoard by kiswa A Kanban-inspired app for keeping track of things that need to get done. The goal of TaskBoard is to provide a simple and clean interface to a functional and minimal application for keeping track of tasks. It's not trying to be the next Trello or LeanKit. You can customize the boards and create diferent ones, for example. "To read&...


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Essential Diagram for JavaScript supports creating any kind of diagram including seating charts. Example This example pre-defines all the tables, but the user can also interactively create them. The whole product is available for free through the community license if you qualify (less than 1 million USD in revenue). Note: I work for Syncfusion.


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I've found ProjeQtor. ProjeQtOr is an open source project management software grouping in a single tool all the features needed to organize your projects. It is simple, easy to use while covering a maximum of project management features. Its particularity, in addition to its completeness, is to be quality oriented. This means that you can record ...


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Note: I work for Comindware - workflow management software vendor. I'm not 100% sure that our workflow product - Comindware Tracker - will fit. However, we recently created pretty similar solutions with asset management, assigning assets to events and generating quotes for airline and software development company. I'd suggest to have a talk to Comindware ...


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(This is not the full answer, but at least gives you options for well suitable frontend components. You'd have to add the backend yourself.) FullCalendar + Scheduler You could use FullCalendar together with the Scheduler add-on. FullCalendar is an open source, interactive JavaScript calendar component. It is used in quite a lot of calendaring / resource ...


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You may try UMLet. It supports all UML type diagram and you can use activity diagram. Here is sample of activity diagram: Short about UMLet: UMLet is a free, open-source UML tool with a simple user interface: draw UML diagrams fast, build sequence and activity diagrams from plain text, export diagrams to eps, pdf, jpg, svg, and clipboard, share ...


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Have a look at Drupal (free and open source), which runs on (eg) a LAMP stack. It also offers various "distributions", and "contributed modules" related to "calendar"-stuff. A set of teachers These would be the "users" defined in Drupal (whereas multiple "roles" can be used for all types of "permissions"). A set of sessions in one week ...


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All your requirements are met by RationalPlan Single which is free for Linux: versus GanttProject: You can zoom in up to minutes versus ProjectLibre: It does not set constraints on tasks if you link them but if you drag them to a certain date or change the start date a constraint will be added to stay at that date... it is all about project management. If ...


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Not exactly a native gantt or even a dedicated planning tool, but definitely zooming: iMapping Zoom in down, zoom out √ You can nest Objects as deep as you want and zoom very deeply by factor more than 10000 Ability to set "task" start/end time manually, there are no form fields or such, but ... or through GUI (√) You can make objects (boxes) any size/...


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If you are still looking, Eylean Board seems to fit most of the requirements written here. It works a little bit differently when it comes to the resource timesheets, but you can get the exact same information. So if you are not completely fixed on the idea of getting the info that way - you might like it. My team especially enjoys the ease of use it ...


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I do something similar, but in reverse (ingesting large amounts of information from several different companies into an enterprise data warehouse). For this job, I'd recommend that you look at an ETL tool. If you're using PostgreSQL, I'd recommend that you look at either Pentaho Data Integration (PDI) or Talend. I've chosen to use PDI where I work and I ...


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Tuleap might be worth a look. I didn't use it in a production environment yet, but I just started an evaluation phase. It fulfils your requirements like this (links to the website): Tuleap has LDAP authentication It does agile planning supporting parent-child dependencies (possibly not 100% what you want) Tasks are assigned to persons (screenshot) Tasks ...


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I'm also interested if there are better solutions to this problem, but in my company recently there was an installation of JIRA with quite a few add-ons for similar purposes, namely: It is web-based Dependencies and default workflow of projects/issues can be defined Tempo planner helps with the deadline organization There is a fair level of customization to ...


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