California Career Development Event Tabulations Programs

California CDE Tabs Documentation (3MB, PDF) (updated 1/2017)

Sample Reports 2.0

Sample Contest Score Cards

Fonts and Remark Templates

Judging Card Paper

Bar Code Scanners

Using Test and Form Scanners

Marketing Plan Tabulations Sheet (Excel)

ParliProTabs Program V2.08 (2-15-15)  Sample Reports

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FFA Ballots - Ballot forms and templates

Program Features:

  • Contest and Class titles are user defined. Up to 24 classes may be defined.
  • Classes for Hormel, reasons, and scores up to 9999 are supported.  Hormel scoring is automatic.
  • Classes can be configured to automatically multiply a raw score for proper weighting of the class.  The multiplier can be changed to 0 or a class may be hidden during a contest to drop a class from tabulations.
  • Sub contest results can be defined for any group of classes.  Sub contests can use the same sorting order (tie breaking) as the overall contest or a specific sort can be defined.
  • Data entry by keyboard and/or bar coded form (uses a light pen).  Keyboard entry by class, class/group, contestant, and missing scores only are supported.  Special data entry/scoring is provided for Keep/Cull, Grading, Milk Quality, and Land Judging
  • Scores can be imported from simple CSV files.  This option is useful for importing from OMR scoring machines.  See documentation for OMR scoring options and forms.
  • Teams can be any size, team scores are computed from the designated number of high individuals (ex. Top 3 of 4 or top 5 of 5).
  • Contestants can be grouped for rotations and data entry automatically or manually. 
  • Teams can be grouped for separate results reporting (within a single contest).  Useful for combined FFA and 4H contests.
  • Contestants can be grouped for results reporting (ex.  4H age groups). 
  • Contest materials can be printed on your forms (ex. score sheet, Scantron) or as bar coded cards (ex. judging cards)
  • Name tags, judges sheets, and other support materials can be printed including randomized reasons orders and contestant lists.
  • Contestants can be imported from external systems such as the CalAgEd Online Registration system, databases, or spreadsheets.
  • Double checking can be practiced by printing double check sheets during data entry or by comparing the data entry of two separate computers.  A check tabulations report is provided to check for missing and out of range scores.
  • Results can be printed at any time. 
  • Official placing and cuts can be entered at anytime before printing final results.
  • Raw tabulations and status reports to aid score checking can be printed or viewed.
  • Built-in Tabulations Checklist

Questions?  Contact mspiess@csuchico.edu .

Instructional Videos
(An experiment, created for version 2.0)

Overview | Checklist Introduction | Steps

Online Hormel Computer

Additional CDE Resources

Version 2.10 (Updated 1/16/2017)

The program is free for non-commercial use by institutions and organizations supporting youth CDE and judging contests. 

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Version 2.10

  • Updated to the 2016 CATA Code including the new food science contest.
  • Support for OMR scanning of new agronomy insect and disorder ID sections.
  • Documentation updated.
  • New features to aid consistency in Field Day setup and results.
  • Soils Contest forms updated.

Revision History

 

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