GRASS 6.4 — comming soon!

21.12.2008 – 12:22 pm

Long awaited GRASS 6.4.x branch was created in subversion repository two days ago!

This new version will bring tons of improvements as well as brand new modules. New wxPython GUI should became THE GRASS GUI and should replace old Tcl/Tk-based one, which brings (among others),

  • new NVIZ interface
  • new vdigit module
  • new advanced database and table management
  • ….

Further more, 6.4 should be the first stable version of GRASS to build natively for MS Windows.

Select Location and Mapset

Select Location and Mapset

GRASS Starting

GRASS Starting

Add raster layer

Add raster layer

Add raster layer

Add raster layer

Add vector layer

Add vector layer

Redraw map

Redraw map

Start NVIZ

Start NVIZ

NVIZ Layer Properties

NVIZ Layer Properties

NVIZ

NVIZ

Change vector map attributes

Change vector map attributes

Change vector map attributes

Change vector map attributes

Start digitization

Start digitization

Place the digit toolbar where ever you want

Place the digit toolbar where ever you want

Select vector map to be edited

Select vector map to be edited

Edit vectors

Edit vectors

More digitization tools

More digitization tools

Digitization settings

Digitization settings

Vector attribute table

Vector attribute table

More vector attribute table

More vector attribute table

Vector attribute tables

Vector attribute tables

Measure tool

Measure tool

General modules

General modules

SQL Builder

SQL Builder

Raster Modules

Raster Modules

Vector modules

Vector modules

GRASS Help

GRASS Help

Start command from command command line (g.region)

Start command from command command line (g.region)

More GRASS Help

More GRASS Help

GRASS Rulez!

GRASS Rulez!

 

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  1. One Response to “GRASS 6.4 — comming soon!”

  2. Hi,
    this looks all really promising. The analysis functions in GRASS just get better and better.

    I hope we will see some good map creation support in the next major versions.

    Thanks for the efforts!

    By Timmie on Dec 25, 2008

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