gINT Services

Many of our clients have gINT – the most popular geoenvironmental and geotechnical software for fully customizable borehole/boring and well logs, fence diagrams, geotechnical testing and other professional engineering reports. We have extensive experience in working with gINT: from database development for boreholes, CPT and DMT soundings, laboratory data and more.

We can help you revise your gINT database and reports so anyone in your company can use them

Dataforensics can create custom borehole logs, tables, graphs, and fences for you to meet your gINT reporting needs. Many companies have a single base report with several variations for specific cases. We can help you clean up your database such that personnel need only type in data and the report does the formatting for you. We have extensive experience designing gINT database structures and reports.

Revise your gINT geotechnical or geoenvironmental database so you can create soil and rock descriptions in any order without typing it in

Dataforensics has developed Component Descriptions for Soil, Rock and Discontinuities that can be used for Unified Soil Classification System (USCS), Burmister, and British Standard Institute (BSI) classification systems. We can add these to your existing gINT files and ensure backwards compatibility with your existing database design. The Component Descriptions or Soil, Rock and Discontinuities facilitate data entry through drop down lists. The description formatting is performed when you generate the report, and not when you write a material description. This minimizes data entry errors and standardizes material description formats which saves you time and effort in data entry and QA/QC.

Let gINT perform your geotechnical and geoenvironmental field and laboratory calculations for you

gINT Rules is a capability added into gINT version 6 or later. It allows VBA developers to create custom functions to automate tasks in gINT. We can create gINT rules to automate your labor intensive tasks. These gINT Rules can be triggered by editing data or saving data or even from selecting a menu option. Examples include automated calculations, input forms, and queries.