Abstract

A system for computerizing a paleontologic collection is described. By limiting the initial capabilities of the system, it was possible to quickly produce a system that includes flexibility and ease of operation. The system is immediately useful because it can be implemented on a portion of a collection and assumes the clerical duties of a card file, label maker, and list maker. Programs can be written in Fortran, the most commonly used language in science.

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