The LifeGuide Wiki
Existing version of the online help files for LifeGuide
Welcome to the LifeGuide wiki.
We hope you will find it easy to find what you are looking for. Wiki pages allow user-generated content. So if there are any examples of logic functions that you wish to share or, in the nature of the open-source software, if there are any new features that you have created you can share it here with other LifeGuide users.
New content coming soon!
New version of the online help files for LifeGuide (In Development)
We will be updating the LifeGuide wiki over the next few months. Please use the link above to access the older version of the help files while we add new content to this section.
Is LifeGuide the right tool for you? This section gives you a brief introduction to the LifeGuide.
Not sure where to start? Take a look at our getting started guide. This will tell you how to download the LifeGuide authoring tool and give you some pointers on how to begin designing and building your intervention (including some common pitfalls to avoid!).
This ‘How To...’ guide will tell you all you need to know about designing, building, and evaluating interventions using the LifeGuide authoring tool.
We recommend that you take a look at our ‘Getting Started’ guide before you start building your intervention and using the ‘How To ...’ guide.
The logic dictionary provides a quick-reference guide to the full range of functions available within the LifeGuide authoring tool – what they are and how to use them. For more detailed explanation and examples please refer to our ‘How To...’ guide.
You’ll probably find the logic dictionary most useful once you’ve got to grips with how the LifeGuide authoring tool works using our ‘Getting Started’ and ‘How To...’ guides.
This section will tell you all you need to know about making the most out of the LifeGuide Community Website.
Still stuck? Can’t find the answer you’re looking for on our website? Why not drop us an email?
A list of other useful sources of information that may help you to design an engaging and effective intervention