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=Technical Data Sheet=
 
=Technical Data Sheet=
 
This page is for the design of a technical data sheet for promotion purposes.
 
This page is for the design of a technical data sheet for promotion purposes.
  
 
=Technical Data Sheet Content=
 
=Technical Data Sheet Content=
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==License==
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* GNU General Public License
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==Design==
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* Modular design
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* consists of more than 350 stand alone modules
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==Programming Language==
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* C
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* Python
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* Python with ctypes package to access C API
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* Python WebGIS applications
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==Data management capabilities==
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* Raster / vector processing
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* 3D raster / vector modelling
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* Image manipulation
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* Network analyses
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* Geostatistics (R language)
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==Supported file formats==
 
==Supported file formats==
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GRASS uses the GDAL/ORG library for the export/import of non-GRASS file formats.
 
===Supported vector formats===
 
===Supported vector formats===
 
ASCII, ARC/INFO ungenerate, ARC/INFO E00, ArcView SHAPE (with topology correction), BIL, DLG (U.S.), DXF, DXF3D, GMT, GPS-ASCII, USGS-DEM, IDRISI, MOSS, MapInfo MIF, TIGER, VRML
 
ASCII, ARC/INFO ungenerate, ARC/INFO E00, ArcView SHAPE (with topology correction), BIL, DLG (U.S.), DXF, DXF3D, GMT, GPS-ASCII, USGS-DEM, IDRISI, MOSS, MapInfo MIF, TIGER, VRML
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===Supported image formats===
 
===Supported image formats===
 
CEOS (SAR, SRTM, LANDSAT7 etc.), ERDAS LAN, HDF, LANDSAT TM/MSS, NHAP aerial photos, SAR, SPOT
 
CEOS (SAR, SRTM, LANDSAT7 etc.), ERDAS LAN, HDF, LANDSAT TM/MSS, NHAP aerial photos, SAR, SPOT
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===Supported Databases===
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* DBF - {{cmd|grass-dbf}}
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* [[PostGIS|PostgreSQL / PostGIS]] - {{cmd|grass-pg}}
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* MySQL - {{cmd|grass-mysql}} / {{cmd|grass-mesql}}
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* SQLite - {{cmd|grass-sqlite}}
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* ODBC Driver - {{cmd|grass-odbc}}
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==Supported Platforms==
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Platform (operating systems) GRASS GIS is supported on:
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* Linux (different GNU/Linux distributions)
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* macOS (formerly MacOS X)
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* POSIX-oriented and Unix-like operating system
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* Microsoft Windows
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== See also ==
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* [[GRASS GIS Performance]]
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* [[Software requirements specification]]
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[[Category:Promotion]]

Latest revision as of 13:31, 2 September 2018

Information here can be outdated. Help GRASS GIS by updating the page.

Technical Data Sheet

This page is for the design of a technical data sheet for promotion purposes.

Technical Data Sheet Content

License

  • GNU General Public License

Design

  • Modular design
  • consists of more than 350 stand alone modules

Programming Language

  • C
  • Python
  • Python with ctypes package to access C API
  • Python WebGIS applications

Data management capabilities

  • Raster / vector processing
  • 3D raster / vector modelling
  • Image manipulation
  • Network analyses
  • Geostatistics (R language)

Supported file formats

GRASS uses the GDAL/ORG library for the export/import of non-GRASS file formats.

Supported vector formats

ASCII, ARC/INFO ungenerate, ARC/INFO E00, ArcView SHAPE (with topology correction), BIL, DLG (U.S.), DXF, DXF3D, GMT, GPS-ASCII, USGS-DEM, IDRISI, MOSS, MapInfo MIF, TIGER, VRML

Supported raster formats

ASCII, ARC/GRID, E00, GIF, GMT, TIF, PNG, ERDAS LAN, Vis5D, SURFER (.grd)

Supported image formats

CEOS (SAR, SRTM, LANDSAT7 etc.), ERDAS LAN, HDF, LANDSAT TM/MSS, NHAP aerial photos, SAR, SPOT

Supported Databases

Supported Platforms

Platform (operating systems) GRASS GIS is supported on:

  • Linux (different GNU/Linux distributions)
  • macOS (formerly MacOS X)
  • POSIX-oriented and Unix-like operating system
  • Microsoft Windows

See also