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OpenOSX offers GrassPro GIS suite
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/03/2005 08:56:00 PM.

OpenOSX on Friday introduced GrassPro, a suite of Geographical Information System (GIS) applications and utilities that run on Mac OS X v10.3 systems equipped with X11 installed. GrassPro costs US$50 on CD or $40 if downloaded; a $5 CD discount is available for members of educational institutions.
GrassPro comprises OpenOSX's implementation of the open source GRASS 6.0.0 software, as a standalone drag-and-drop application that's also available for separate free download. The 6.0.0 release features an overhauled user interface, new vector engine, improved 3D interface with voxel capabilities, and the ability to integrate with PostgreSQL, mySQL and other database management systems.


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