INTRODUCING gINT VERSION 8.2
Here are just a few of the many new features in gINT 8.2. To purchase gINT 8.2 contact gINT Software or your local reseller today.
Publish Boreholes to Google EarthTM
gINT 8.2 lets you publish your boreholes as icons in Google Earth. You can specify the icon, label and colors for the borehole and provide descriptions (including links to PDFs with boring logs) that appear when you click the icon in Google Earth. Displays are customizable (by user or by gINT Professional Services) using gINT Rules.
Highlight Important Data with Color
You can now automatically color cells, rows, and columns based on your own criteria. For example, you could set all rows below bedrock to display in red, while all values over a certain level could display as green.
View Input Data in Tree Format
You can now view Input tables in tree format, as well as in the default tab format.
Define Surfaces Using Triangulated Irregular Networks (TIN)
Like grid surfaces, the profile lines through TIN surfaces can be displayed on 2D fence diagrams.
Vary Graph Scales on Page-By-Page Basis
You can vary graph scales on a page-by-page basis either based on the data or criteria of your design.
Use Road Alignment Data as Baselines
With the new Alignments tab you can store road alignments data and baselines within your project database. You can use road alignments on site map reports and as selectable baselines for fence output. They can also be used to calculate station and offset from coordinates and vice-versa.
Scale Images on Logs for Depth-Related Data
Now when you use bitmap images for depth-related data on logs or fences (for example, core photos) the images can be drawn to match the vertical scale and also broken across pages.
Generate Soil Classifications on Input
This lets you quickly compare estimated vs. actual lab test results.
gINT in Other Languages
The gINT interface now supports English (US), English (UK), Spanish and Czech. Stay tuned for other languages.
And many more features>>