Bowling League Score Tracker for HanDBase is for league bowlers to keep track of their progress throughout the league season. Just input the date and week number along with your scores for each of the 3 games for that week and Bowling League Score Tracker will keep track of your stats
BoysGymScores for HanDBase - This is a small database for recording a single male gymnast's scores per meet. Any parent of a young gymnast knows that a PDA is invaluable to keeping one's sanity during a gymnastics meet
Canoe & Kayak for HanDBase - This applet is a listing of canoe, kayak, and paddle manufactures. The database includes contact information, such as Internet sites and telephone numbers, and is intended as a quick reference for paddle sports enthusiasts
Cardinals for HanDBase - An enhanced version of the Cardinals schedule that calculates the win/loss record and percentage from the score entered. Any given record is dependent on the completion and accuracy of the previous records
Cardio Exercise Tracker for HanDBase - Keeps track of your exercise, including duration, intensity, pace, location, total time, and special notes.
Keep the filter engaged for the last week or ten days. After a month or two, download the data to your desktop. You can design some great charts with excel to track progress
Coker Ride for HanDBase - A simple cycle database with date, ride time, distance, Odo, average and max speed, location, and notes - mostly the stuff on the bike computer. Tap the notes button to expand the notes area.
A Coker is a unicycle with a 36" wheel, but this could be used for unicycle, bike, or trike. The data is from some recent Coker rides
Dive Log for HanDBase - This is a logging program for scuba divers. It allows the user to log important information about each dive including Location, Tank Size and Psi, Bottom Time, Weather conditions, and water conditions. It even lets the user sketch a map of the location and add interesting comments about each dive
Easy Training Log for HanDBase - I tried all the other training logs and they were too darn complex. I don't need to know that much. This one is SIMPLE. Date, time, activity, distance, speed, weather, notes. It automatically calculates your pace per mile, and mph