Stanford Software Systems, established in 1989, is the developer of The Chronobiology Kit. The software that we sell can be characterized by the term software systems. That is, independent programs that operate together seamlessly to form a complete system.

Our customers are located around the world, from India to Norway. We are proud that our customers tell us that they could not imagine how our software could be easier to use.

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The Chronobiology Kit

The Chronobiology Kit is a PC hardware/software system for collecting and analyzing activity data from experimental animals. The collection system was specifically designed for the needs of circadian researchers, that is, long term data collection without interruption, on-line data verification analysis and automatic flagging for loss of signal.

The Chronobiology Kit has been redesigned for 2004. The new collection system runs on computers using the operating systems Windows 7, Windows-2000 or Windows-XP. The Chronobiology Kit is now sold in three configurations: 64, 128 or 192 input channel capability.

Try the demonstration software to see the power and ease of use of The Chronobiology Kit.

Demonstration Software

The demonstration software is available for download as a self-extracting archive, Kit_Demo.exe, or in a Zip file archive, KitDemo.zip. Both distributions include the same files. See the Readme file for an explanation of how to use the demonstration software (this file is also included in the distribution).

Software Upgrade

The new collection software also works with the interface for all previous versions of our collection system. Contact Stanford Software Systems to upgrade your system to the improved software.



For more information, please contact Stanford Software Systems at:

     Stanford Software Systems
     574 Sims Rd.
     Santa Cruz, CA  95060
     Voice/Fax: (831) 458-1911

     E-mail: stansoft@query.com

Please E-mail all suggestions and questions to: stansoft@query.com

Last Changed: 24 August 2014