GRASS (Geographic Resources Analysis Support System) is a raster/vector GIS, image processing system, and graphics production system. GRASS contains over 350 programs and tools to render maps and images on monitor and paper; manipulate raster, vector, and sites data; process multi spectral image data; and create, manage, and store spatial data. GRASS uses both an intuitive windows interface as well as command line syntax for ease of operations. GRASS can interface with commercial printers, plotters, digitizers, and databases to develop new data as well as manage existing data.
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- Marchesini, Ivan; Cencetti, Corrado; de Rosa, Pierluigi: A preliminary method for the evaluation of the landslides volume at a regional scale (2009)
- Bivand, Roger S.; Pebesma, Edzer J.; Gómez-Rubio, Virgilio: Applied spatial data analysis with R (2008)
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- Stolze, Knut: Integration of spatial vector data in enterprise relational database environments. (2006)