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Below are the minimum and necessary requirements for the applications and tools to be used for the Mobilize project in 2013. Please refer to these to ensure that your lab and/or devices are able to run the necessary tools. If you have questions but they don't seem to be covered here, please contact us.

There are two main software tools used in the Mobilize projects:

  1. Mobilize software suite for data collection and visualization.
  2. RStudio for hands-on data analysis.

1 Mobilize software suite

1.1 Mobilize Web Browser Requirements

The Mobilize Web Frontend is a customization of the ohmage web frontend. It supports the following common browsers.

  • Chrome
  • Firefox (latest 3 versions only).
  • Safari (versions 5+) *when using the data collection tool, only Safari 6+ is supported.*
  • Internet Explorer, only when using the Chrome Frame plugin

1.2 Mobilize Mobile App Requirements

The Mobilize mobile apps are mainly used for data collection. The apps are available on the Android and IOS smartphones:

Android App

The Mobilize Android phone app supports many Android devices with the Android 2.2+ operation system.

  • To ensure compatibility, visit the Google Play Store page for the UCLA MobilizingCS app!
  • It's also recommended that you install SystemSens, which will anonymously and passively collect phone system data for the deployment analysis.
Apple iOS App

The Mobilize IOS app supports the following Apple iOS devices and models:

  • iPhone (3gs, 4, 4s, 5 and newer are supported)
  • iPod touch (3rd, 4th, 5th genrations and newer)
  • iPad (iPad 2, 3rd generation, 4th generation and newer)
  • iPad mini
  • To ensure compatibility, visit the Apple App Store page for the UCLA MobilizingCS app and try to install!

2 RStudio Web Browser Requirements

RStudio is an external, open-source project. While they have very liberal browser requirements, below is a list of those they recommend on this page

  • Firefox 3.5
  • Safari 4.0
  • Google Chrome 5.0
  • Internet Explorer (when using the Chrome Frame plugin)