If you were hoping for some sage wisdom on how to tweak your log template or setup your gINT library to handle lab testing results, I hope you were not too disappointed with this article. But rest assured, I’ll write more on the topic of gINT later. Why not leave me a comment with what you would like to see in a gINT tutorial?
The purpose of this article was for people unfamiliar with gINT, and people who use gINT on more of a casual basis to get a better idea of how it works and what make it different than some other programs. The bottom line is that it is a fancy front end “wrapper” around a database for your geo-data. Once you develop your own report templates, you can reuse them for any similar project. Maybe with a little time and effort up front, you can streamline your geo-data input, output and miscellaneous processing.