gINT Logs Plus
Category Database systems (with log production)
Publisher  gINT Software 
Platform Win2000, WinXP
Status Commercial
Description gINT Logs Plus is a customizable relational database manager and report generator for geotechnical and geo-environmental investigations, containing much of the functionality of the gINT Professional program but with a narrower range of reporting styles (borehole logs and text tables only). Data is entered into a user-definable database using a standard Windows grid format. The database, report templates and symbols can be customized and user-defined. Users can specify required fields, default values and descriptions for data entry as well as create customizable look-up lists. Reports allow user-definable calculations and logical expressions. Users can create or import site maps, company logos or other drawings and symbols. The package includes Smart Forms that automatically reconfigure themselves based on data availability. Editing features include spell-check, font formats (bold, italic, etc.), and find-and-replace functionality. Each project is stored in one Microsoft Access compatible file. Import from/export to multiple data file and image formats and key applications. Includes AGS Format data import and export. It contains an internal CAD-based drawing application and has English (Imperial) and metric units capability. Network licenses are available. Free report form downloads and updates on the www. Free technical support (for version 5) by telephone, fax, and e-mail. Program has a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Cost US Dollars 1499, GB Pounds 1099, AUS Dollars 2249, NZ Dollars 2519
Data formats supported Database and Spreadsheet  :  Access 
Geotechnical  :  AGS 
Supplier in Australia  Datgel Pty Ltd. 
Supplier in India  Datacode 
Supplier in New Zealand  DataTran Ltd 
Supplier in United Arab Emirates  GISTEC 
Supplier in United Kingdom  Leeke Associates Ltd 
Supplier in United States of America  gINT Software 

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