The term ‘office software’ is used to refer to the web-based evaluation software ginstr web.
ginstr web can be accessed from any Internet-compatible computer, laptop or tablet.
A more precise description of how to access ginstr web can be found here.
The different graphic interfaces in the ginstr web office software are referred to as ‘workspaces’.
Up to 20 different workspaces can be defined in each user account.
Depending on its design, one workspace can contain between one and four portlets (see here for more details).
A more precise description of how to create workspaces can be found here.
The individual windows within a workspace are called ‘portlets’.
A portlet may contain
- a ginstr web table with master data
- a report about the data recorded
- a map to display locations
- a template to edit single records
- a system table
A more precise description of how to specify the content of portlets can be found here.