Description:Python is a free and open source programming language with a wide range of relevant packages for GIS and remote sensing. Several data types, including raster and vector files, can be visualized, processed and analyzed with the help of libraries such as gdal/ogr, geopandas, shapely, rasterio, scikit-learn and folium. Python is an object-oriented, high level language that is human readable, which makes it quite accessible. Considered the fastest-growing major programming language, Python has become increasingly popular in scientific applications in general, and in the area of geospatial data analysis in particular. Two widely used GIS applications, ArcGIS and QGIS, use Python. While Python can be used on its own in Windows, MacOS and Linux, a convenient way to setup and manage Python projects is the free and open source platform Anaconda. Anaconda acts as a package and environment manager and includes Python as well as several packages for computing (NumPy, SciPy), for visualization (Matplotlib, Bokeh) and useful IDEs (Jupyter Notebook, Spyder).
Software type:Tool/Converter
Accessibility:Install only

Install only

Computer System:Windows , MacOSX , Linux
Scope:Image processing, Modelling, Visualisation
Vector/Raster:Vector, Raster
Optical data or radar data format:Optical , Radar
Costs:Free $0.00
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