A project is a collection of files, e.g. of an analytical experiment,
that belong together. Related files like spectra, molecules, documents,
pictures, etc. can be added to a project by the user. They can be organized
in a hierarchical structure (tree) within folders
similar to the file system on your hard disc.
In most cases analytical data, related information and evaluation results
of an experiment or investigation are spread over numerous files located
somewhere on your local hard disc. Every time the user wants to access
a part of the information, he or she starts a time consuming exploration
of the hard disc to find related data.
Projects provide an optimal place to keep such data of various origins
together in one file. Related data and information can be easily accessed
and you can take the whole package with you in just one file like in a