musdb is museum-digital's tool for indexing and inventorization. Originally developed for recording objects to be published only, it has since developed into a full-featured inventorization and museum management solution. It's features include:
The default start page is a customizable dashboard. Other start pages can be selected by the user.
musdb features batch editing functionalities for e.g. batch publishing or tagging.
Users can export their data in our own md:xml (a simple notation featuring all available fields) and
Using the "backgrounds" section, users can browse the controlled vocabularies directly from musdb.
Using the "Find an Export" button, users can find other users who have done much work on a given topic. Still, every user can decide if they want to let others find them through this tool or not.
musdb is multilingual and it can handle multilingual inputs.
The navigation gives a rough overview over different sections of musdb: museums, collections, objects, object groups, exhibitions, etc.
An object overview page in image mode. The sidebar on the right offers search and filter-based exporting and batch editing functionalities. A simple list view is also available.
The main section of an object page. At the top, most basic information on the object can be entered. At the bottom, the tabbed menu for managing detailed information on the object can be seen.
Edits to an object are logged. If the user who previously edited the object set up their user profile, new users who see the logs can get to know others from the museum through the logs.
Using the provenance research tab, detailed reports on a predefined set of critical issues can be recorded.
The restoration tab of an object page offers options for color-coded and easily accessible notes towards the top of the section, detailed ones on the bottom.
Museum directors and regional administrators set detailed permissions for what users can edit or view.
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