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Wrapper for QNetMap library
Rainmaker is a social-networking enabled project management system.
A set of utilities for manipulating ICTP's RegCM3 input and output data.
Tool-Kit aplication for system Geo Integrations
Segyck is a Linux SEGY format processing tool. It check, dump and manipolate Seismic SEG-Y files format, it is written entirely in C language and work in command line only.
Solar Energy Surveying Device (SEPS)
Programs to download and work with satellite measurements, calculate solar wind (SW) propagation time and compare data to other satellites. It uses and compares different modern techniques to determine the SW planar structures orientation.
Topographic Nitrate Transfer Model : A model for transfer of nitrate on catchment
VAPOR is the Visualization and Analysis Platform for Ocean, atmosphere, and solar Research
This project is an initial reference implementation of the VSI-E protocol. The implementation has been done using the C/C++ language and is in the form of a re-useable library developed on the Linux platform.
A software package to manage, edit display and store weather data recorded by common weather stations.
Weather Research and Forecast Model
An "Alternative IO" layer.
Python-accessible toolkit for Geoscience & Remote Sensing Applications
GrADS -- the Grid Analysis and Display System. Access, analyze, and display weather and climate data from a variety of data formats. Developed at the Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies (http://www.iges.org).
Mseg is a generic region-based multi-scale image segmentation algorithm designed with some optimizations for remote sensing imagery. The algorithm can be used as a low level processing part of an object-oriented image analysis system.
Reverse engineered communication protocol for the Mala ProEx GPR implemented as a command line interface running on unix systems (master branch). The communication protocol was ported to a graphical user interface (gui branch) applicable to embedded systems through the use of the Qt toolkit (tested on Armadeus Systems APF27 board). The GUI includes GPS datalogging capability assuming a receiver providing NMEA sentences at 4800 bauds is connected to the host computer. Because the software requires access to the raw socket communication, it must be run with administration (root) privileges. A dedicated mode for sensor reading through the wireless GPR link is implemented through 2 separate time-windows, one for subsurface structure analysis and the other for sensor signal recording.
This repository is not in active use; the project lives at: https://r-forge.r-project.org/projects/spdep/
Cross-section numerical model of lithospheric flexure and foreland basins.
A program to help visualize the massive amounts of world temperature data available. It takes the world temperature records and plots them on a map so you can see the temperature moving through time and space around the world.