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The Association of Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Specialists Data Interchange Format (commonly known as the AGS specification) is a set of rules for the electronic transfer of subsurface investigation data. It was developed in the United Kingdom in 1991 and has been adopted in a number of countries. More information about this format can be found on the AGS Web site (www.ags.org.uk). gINT fully supports versions 4, 3 and 3.1 of the specification.
The files available for download below contain the necessary support files for version 4. In addition, we have included report-quality forms that work with the AGS data structures. These reports include logs, a fence diagram, graphs, a histogram, a graphic table, a text table, a graphic text document, and a text document.
Besides the files downloaded here, you will also need gINT v8i Ss1 Maintenance release or later.
While we have worked to ensure the templates are current and produce correct results, we make no warranty of suitability or correctness. These files are provided at no charge and they are to be taken as is. You are free to modify these files. Please report any problems with the files in the Geotechnical Forum.
The files are provided in a standard gINT folder set (datatmpl, libraries, projects, scripts). Installation will not affect your other gINT files, unless they are named the same and are located in the same folder. If unsure, point the extraction to an empty temporary folder and inspect the files individually and move, delete, or rename them to meet your needs.