A software package for quantitative analysis in Panbiogeography
Croizat is a free, user-friendly, cross-platform desktop software package which biologists can use to integrate and analyze spatial data on species or other taxa and to explore geographical patterns in diversity under a panbiogeographic and graph-theoretic approach.
The Geocanvas project aims to provide a very small and simple set of APIs to assist the developer in creating geographically referenced canvas applications within the GTK/Gnome environment.
GeographicLib is a small set of C++ classes for converting between geographic, UTM, UPS, MGRS, and geocentric coordinates, for gravity (e.g., EGM2008), geoid, and geomagnetic field (e.g., WMM2010) calculations, and for solving geodesic problems. For documentation, visit https://geographiclib.sf.io
Sight Reduction for Air Navigation with Python
This Python TK application calculates a good set of stars for a 3 star fix, makes all calculations similar to the FAAs Celestial Computation Sheet (see FAA doc FAA-H-8083-18). Also, you can create a PDF file that generates Pub 249 Vol 1 for any epoch you specify. The PUB249 as PDF is found under "Files". I wrote this for my aircraft bubble octant :-) It is mainly useful for air navigation as it assumes a bubble sextant but may be used for normal sextants as well. Requires Ephem and ReportLab (optional for PDF output) Not to be used for real-world navigation!
FastVersion is a Qgis plugin for data versioning in a Postgis database
FastVersion is a Qgis plugin for data versioning in a Postgis database. This plugin provides data versioning to tables with geometry stored in postgis. It allows to create, changes and eliminate versions, and within each version , to insert, modify and eliminate elements. It is possible carry out the processes of “post” from one version to another, with conflict resolution functionality. The system uses algorithms and data structures so that information is not duplicated each time a version is created. We recommend downloading it from the Qgis app. Plugins->Manage and Install Plugins->Settings->Show also experimental plugins Plugins->Manage and Install Plugins->Search FastVersion If downloaded from sourceforge, it must be unzipped in \.qgis2\python\plugins
The remote sensing and GIS library is a set of C++ libraries and commands for the processing of spatial data (raster, vector and point cloud). Functionality is available through an XML interface, ideal for batch processing. Code is has been moved to https://bitbucket.org/petebunting/rsgislib
Geostatistics and geosciences modeling software
GEOMS2 is a geostatistics and geosciences modeling software. Provides interface for grid (mesh), point, surface and data (non-spatial) objects. It has a 3D viewer and 2D plots using the well known Python engines Mayavi and Matplotlib. It has several functions to manipulate your data as well as provide univariate and multivariate analysis. NOTE: The software is still an early beta. Please tell us if you found a bug. Download datasets for students of Geostatistics 2017 (Petroleum Engineering): https://sourceforge.net/projects/geoms2/files/Geostatistics_Petroleum.zip/download Download datasets for students of Geostatistics 2017 (Geology and Mining Engineering): https://sourceforge.net/projects/geoms2/files/Geostatistics_Mining.zip/download Old: http://sourceforge.net/projects/geoms2/files/SETS_geoestatistica2_2015.7z/download https://sites.google.com/site/cmrpsoftware/downloads/Quarry_sets.7z?attredirects=0&d=1 http://sourceforge.net/projects/geoms2/files/Mining.7z/download
PyNcView is a cross-platform NetCDF viewer written in Python. It provides an easy-to-use graphical user interface to the creation of animations and publication-quality figures.
NITRO has moved! Please visit us at https://github.com/mdaus/nitro for the latest code (SourceForge is now several years out of date) and to post any bugs or questions. NITRO is a full-fledged, extensible library solution for reading and writing the National Imagery Transmission Format (NITF), a U.S. DoD standard format. It is written in cross-platform C, with bindings available for other languages.
Python module for various GPS time conversions.
a free and open map of wireless communicating objects
openBmap collects data and provides open maps and statistics of all communicating objects: cellular antennas, wifi hotspots. All softwares from back-end to client are open-source under AGPL v3 license.
GIS GRASS extension to assess the exploitability of forest biomass
A GIS GRASS extension to assess the exploitability of forest biomass residues take in to account different (ground and cable) harvesting techniques.
Application to browse and visualize your GPS files
Desktop application for browsing and visualizing GPS files on your local storage or on network. * Quickly navigate your GPS files using embedded file/track/metadata browser * Works with gpx, kml, and csv files * Show overview map of all tracks in directory * Filter tracks in browser based on metadata, location, and path * Color code track overview based on metadata, e.g., overall distance, start time * Simultaneously view one or more tracks on map while graphing detailed metadata (e.g., speed, elevation, hill gradient) * Quickly determine distance and duration for portions of tracks by mousing or dragging in the graph. Use this to see exactly how different routes compare in time and distance Written in WxPython+Matplotlib. Windows executable available; Mac and Linux can be run via script.
Blender import plugin for SRTM data tiles
Plugin for Blender written in Python, used to import SRTM (Shuttle Radar Topography Mission) data as a mesh.
This is a Python interface for reading and writing Magellan GPS unit map files. There is also a command line tool for creating GPS maps from OpenStreetMap data.
Port of Lua VM and OpenWig to Python
Pigwig is an attempt to reimplement OpenWig, opensource Wherigo player, in Python. Since wherigo cartridges use Lua bytecode, it also implements Lua VM, taken from OpenWig, originally project Kahlua
PAGC is a command line and web service C library for performing postal address geocoding. A postal address geocoder takes a sufficiently detailed postal addresses and produces a digital map that displays the spatial location of those addresses.
photo organizer for picasa web album, photo geolocation from gpx data, kml builder including link to picasa web photo album
Graphical tool for managing database of geocaches and waypoints, importing GPX files and exporting geocaches to many formats including GPX, POI, HTML and others.
Automatic delineation of forest borderlines
Forest01 is a tool for the automatic mapping of forest based on Airborne Laser Scanner data. The forest mapping is performed by means of quantitative criteria typical of forest definitions, namely minimum threshold for the height of trees, canopy cover, forest area size and width.
GrassView is a wxPython GUI for GRASS, the GNU Geographical Information System.
HappyGnu uses GPS tracklogs to locate the position where digital images were taken. The found GPS coordinates can be stored in the EXIF data of the images. It also supports reverse geocoding and KMZ file creation for viewing the images with Google Earth.
Version 0.2 of orphaned pyLAS from google code repository. Now written as both a command line executeable and as a python class for extension/intergration with other projects.
The suite of Python-based shell tools for geocoding images from GPS logs (GPX)
Generates a GIS layer that represents a forested area (output is a rectangular matrix of square cells). Statistical distributions of patch size, patch type and ages class attributes are allocated according to user-defined distributions.