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A GIS software is a computer program to support the use of a geographic information system, providing the ability to create, store, manage, query, analyze, and visualize geographic data. For ex.- ArcGIS, QGIS, GRASS, SAGA, ILWIS, etc.


ILWIS – Integrated Land and Water Information System What is ILWIS? ILWIS stands for Integrated Land and Water Information System. It is a PC-based open source software GIS & Remote Sensing software, developed by ITC. ILWIS desktop application allows for image processing, spatial analysis, and digital mapping. Also, it is easy to learn and use. […]

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gvSIG – GIS gvSIG was initially developed for the Generalitat Valenciana (gv), an institution of the self-governed autonomous community of Valencia. This explains the abbreviation gvSIG for which the last three letters stands for Sistema d’informació geogràfica (SIG), or GIS in English. What is the gvSIG? gvSIG, is a powerful, open source Geographic Information System

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SAGA GIS- System for Automated Geoscientific Analyses The SAGA development started with the beginning of the 3rd millennium and has been initiated by a small team of researchers from the Dept. of Physical Geography, Göttingen. In 2007 the center of the SAGA development moved towards Hamburg, where a few of us are employed now at

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GRASS GIS- Geographic Resources Analysis Support System GRASS GIS is Free and Open Source Software released under the terms of the GNU General Public License. It is also a founding member and an affiliated project of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo). What is GRASS GIS? GRASS GIS stands for Geographic Resources Analysis Support System.

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Accessing the SAS/GIS Tutorial What is SAS GIS? SAS stands for Statistical Analysis System. SAS/GIS software provides an interactive Geographic Information System. It also enables you to do more than simply view your spatial data and interact with the data by selecting features and performing actions that are based on your selections. SAS/GIS software draws

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