Every noun (person, place, or thing) tracked in GroverDB is stored as an Object. For example: machines, products, clients, students, formulas, or projects would all be represented as Objects within GroverDB. As a visual database that represents data using Nodes and Connections, Objects can also be pictured as a Node. The Object becomes the primary container to which all other data is connected.
In technical terms, an Object is an Instance of a Class.
Storing every noun as an Object brings several benefits to the user as well. Configuring the design and using the application are both easier. For instance, common user tasks such as searching for an Object, editing an Object, or Connecting Objects with other Objects are performed the same way for every Class of Object. Learn it once and you're a master.