GPSBabel converts waypoints, tracks, and routes between popular GPS receivers and mapping programs. It also has powerful manipulation tools for such data. By flattening the Tower of Babel that the authors of various programs for manipulating GPS data have imposed upon us, it returns to us the ability to freely move our own waypoint data between the programs and hardware we choose to use. It contains extensive data manipulation abilities making it a convenient for server-side processing or as the backend for other tools. It does not convert, transfer, send, or manipulate maps.
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SEXTANTE is a spatial data analysis library written in Java. The main aim of SEXTANTE is to provide a platform for the easy implementation, deployment and usage of rich geoprocessing functionality. It currently contains more than three hundred algorithms for both raster and vector data processing, as well as tabular data analysis tools. SEXTANTE integrates seamlessly with many open source Java GIS (such as gvSIG, uDig or OpenJUMP) and non-GIS tools (such as the 52N WPS server or the spatial ETL Talend). SEXTANTE is free software and is distributed under a MIT license. SEXTANTE Spatial Data Analysis Library
Being an open-source programmer that uses Windows (and openly prefers it to any other operating system, Linux included) can cause you a bit of uneasiness in certain contexts. While using Windows can be frowned upon among other open-source programmer, sometimes it goes beyond that and I have to listen to endless minutes of dreadful techno-proselytism from people who, for some reason, believe that I have never opened a Linux box and that I should give it a try and that will inmediately change my whole life. Tired of hearing people asking me things like "how can you still use Windows instead of Linux?", "I do not understand how you can work with that..." and other similar ones, here is a detailed explanation of why I do what I do. El blog del SEXTANTE
BEAM is an open-source toolbox and development platform for viewing, analysing and processing of remote sensing raster data. Originally developed to facilitate the utilisation of image data from Envisat's optical instruments, BEAM now supports a growing number of other raster data formats such as GeoTIFF and NetCDF as well as data formats of other EO sensors such as MODIS, AVHRR, AVNIR, PRISM and CHRIS/Proba. Various data and algorithms are supported by dedicated extension plug-ins. VISAT - An intuitive desktop application to be used for visualization, analyzing and processing of remote sensing raster data. To get an impression of how VISAT looks and feels like, please take a look at the related screenshots page.A set of scientific tools running either from the command line or invoked by VISAT, also entirely written in Java.A rich Java API for the development of new remote sensing applications and BEAM extension plug-ins. Welcome to BEAM - brockmann-consult.de