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- GNOME Water Temperature Applet
- The GNOME Water Temperature Applet displays water temperatures of rivers, lakes and oceans in your GNOME panel.
- GeoTIFF Viewer
- GeoTIFF Viewer is a simple viewer for GeoTIFF files, which are georeferenced raster images, typically used for maps.
- Gstat is a computer program for geostatistical modelling, prediction and simulation in one, two, or three dimensions. Gstat uses gnuplot (a program for plotting functions) to display sample variograms and variogram functions. The program has a flexible command language. Spatial prediction options range from simple kriging to universal cokriging.
- This program is intended to make working with the Generic Mapping Tools (GMT) easier. iGMT provides a graphical user interface for GMT and is written in the Tcl/Tk computer language. Besides supplying a user friendly way of handling GMT, iGMT comes with built-in support for many different geoscientific data sets, such as topography, gravity, seafloor age, hypocenter catalogs, plate boundary files, hotspot lists, CMT solutions etc. 'iGMT' is used at numerous institutions worldwide for mapping tasks and teaching GMT.
- Marble offers different kind of beautiful and useful map views of the Earth including OpenStreetMap. It can also search for place names and suggest routes.
- PrimaGIS is a collaborative Web mapping application for Plone that is built on top of MapServer, Python Cartographic Library (PCL), and Cartographic Objects for Zope (ZCO). In addition to supporting traditional spatial data sources (e.g. shapefiles, PostGIS databases, raster images, and WMS/WFS services), it allows users to combine data from a content management system (Plone) within the maps.
- This package provides an object-oriented interface to the Comedi drivers. The standard Python interface bundled with Comedilib is a simple SWIG clone of the C interface. In pycomedi, we convert the functions into class methods (see
pycomedi.classes), so you don't have to worry about dragging around opaque types like
comedi_t *device pointers. We also bundle related constants together in
pycomedi.constants), to make handling common operations like flag manipulations simpler. Finally, there are a number of utility classes (see
pycomedi.utility) to make common tasks like creating instructions or reading hardware-timed analog input easier.
- Seismic Toolkit
- 'Seismic Toolkit' processes and displays seismic signal data in a GUI. It reads seismic signals in SAC format, and provides user operations such as zooming, filtering, spectral analysis, polarisation analysis, time-frequency representation, Hilbert transform, and singular value decomposition.
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