.GS File Extension

.GS File Extension

File Type 1

Google Apps Script

Developer Google
Popularity
3.9  |  19 Votes
Category Developer Files
Format Text

What is a GS file?

Script written in Google Apps Script, a programming language based on JavaScript and used for automating tasks across Google products online; used for creating online Web applications, such as a Web interface, a program that sends custom emails, or a program that automatically fills and formats Google Docs documents.

More Information

GS files can be edited with Google Apps Script, a code editor that runs in the Web browser.

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Programs that open GS files

Updated July 30, 2012
File Type 2

GemStone Document

Developer Verity Software House
Popularity
3.5  |  11 Votes
Category Data Files
Format N/A

What is a GS file?

Document created with GemStone, a flow cytometry data analysis program based on the Probability State Modeling system; contains a model and analysis of data captured by a flow cytometer; can be viewed graphically within the GemStone application.

More Information

For more information about GemStone, visit the GemStone website.

Programs that open GS files

Windows
Verity Software House GemStone
Mac
Verity Software House GemStone
Updated August 17, 2009
File Type 3

Geosoft Script

Developer Geosoft
Popularity
3.4  |  8 Votes
Category Executable Files
Format Text

What is a GS file?

Script file used by Oasis montaj, a geospatial data processing and mapping application; contains a set of instructions similar to a macro; used for recording a set of repeated tasks and automating them in the software.

More Information

You can run scripts from the GX → Scripting → Run Script... menu option. The resulting dialog allows users to supply optional parameters to a script.

Programs that open GS files

Windows
Updated January 7, 2011

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