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GRASS GIS 6.2.0 updates GIS support

updated 07:55 pm EST, Tue October 31, 2006

GRASS GIS 6.2.0 released

The GRASS Development Team has released GRASS GIS 6.2.0, adding hundreds of new features and support for the latest GIS data formats to the Geographic Information System (GIS). The software is used for spatial modeling, visualization of raster and vector data, geospatial data management and analysis, processing of satellite and aerial imagery, and production of sophisticated presentation graphics as well as hardcopy maps. GRASS is designed to combine powerful raster, vector, and geospatial processing engines into a single integrated software package. GRASS is used around the world in academic and commercial settings as well as by many governmental agencies and environmental consulting companies, according to The GRASS Development Team. The software is available for free as open-source software, and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. [corrected pricing]




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  1. ronjamin

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    Junk Software

    As a person who has needlessly invested in this software, don't waste your time or money. This product is a complete waste of time. No documentation, poor execution of the program, and NO customers support. I emailed them at least 50 times for issues and they didn't reply one time.

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