GIS & Mapping
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Welcome to the new home for STARS. ΔSTARS Spatial Roaming What is STARS? Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems (STARS) is an open source package designed for the analysis of areal data measured over time. STARS brings together a number of recently developed methods of space-time analysis into a user-friendly graphical environment offering an array of dynamically linked graphical views. It is intended to be used as an exploratory data analysis tool. REGAL | Main / Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems
The Grid Analysis and Display System (GrADS) is an interactive desktop tool that is used for easy access, manipulation, and visualization of earth science data. GrADS has two data models for handling gridded and station data. GrADS supports many data file formats, including binary (stream or sequential), GRIB (version 1 and 2), NetCDF, HDF (version 4 and 5), and BUFR (for station data). GrADS has been implemented worldwide on a variety of commonly used operating systems and is freely distributed over the Internet. GrADS uses a 5-Dimensional data environment: the four conventional dimensions (longitude, latitude, vertical level, and time) plus an optional 5th dimension for grids that is generally implemented but designed to be used for ensembles. GrADS Home Page
Overview FWTools is a set of Open Source GIS binaries for Windows (win32) and Linux (x86 32bit) systems produced by me, Frank Warmerdam (ie. FW). The kits are intended to be easy for end users to install and get going with. No fudzing with building from source, or having to collect lots of interrelated packages. FWTools includes OpenEV, GDAL, MapServer, PROJ.4 and OGDI as well as some supporting components.
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AutoREALM - The GNU Mapper : fractal lines, polylines and curves for rivers and coastliness : Square grids, Hexagonal grids, Triangular grids, Diamond grids, Polar grids, Rotated Hex grids, Half-Diamond grids or none. The grids can be of any color or size and are fully scalable and designable with secondary grids. Styles for the grids as well for the secondary grids.
Today Don Brutzman from the Naval Postgraduate School announced X3D Earth, a National Science Foundation funded initiative aimed at building a standards-based 3D Earth usable by governments, industry, scientists, academia and the general public. Ping is proud to announce our membership of the X3D Earth Working Group, and our participation in the the initial Requirements Workshop to be held at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey California USA from 14-15 November 2006. 3D cities and other building information models are the core of Ping's mission to visualise the planet. These projects are simply too resource-intensive to be effectively developed by any isolated group or single company. Industry standards such as X3D Earth, and strong standards bodies like the Web3D Consortium and the Open Geospatial Consortium are crucial to the success of any such effort. ping - interactive broadband
Open Source GIS [Last update: 12/8/2013 - About 350 projects listed.] This effort represents an attempt to build a complete index of Open Source / Free GIS related software projects. In addition to those alphabetized here, many great projects are listed at the end and will be integrated soon. And this will all move to a proper database. The definition of GIS is kept loose to encompass a broad range of projects which deal with spatial technology.
Welcome: Here you will find the World Wind SDK for Java. With this, developers can embed World Wind technology in their own applications. Many resources are available at goworldwind.org to help you understand and use World Wind. Current releases: The latest formal release is 1.5. Release 2.0 is under development but is very stable.