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msevilla
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SAGA - Portable GIS?

Hello,

I'm a user of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and from a while I'm using the powerful opensource software SAGA (System for Automated Geoscientific Analyses).

I was wondering if its possible to include this software in your portable apps list because it's distributed in a package that runs from any folder of the computer.

The URL is: http://www.saga-gis.uni-goettingen.de

How you can see it’s a GIS Software under the GNU GPL License so, I guess there are no reasons to not add this application to portableapps.com

Regards

Miguel Sevilla-Callejo
PhD Researcher
Dept. of Geography
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
http://www.uam.es/cotapata

PD. Congratulations for your web...

cybernut
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Access Forbidden

Hi Miguel

I get a 403 error - access forbidden when I try and access your url... Do you want to double check the url?

C

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Try...

A quick Google search revealed http://www.saga-gis.uni-goettingen.de/html/index.php.

Remember... Google is your friend... (Though the search results in that link don't necessarily agree... ;))

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msevilla
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SAGA URL

Exactly,

The right url is: http://www.saga-gis.uni-goettingen.de/html/index.php
I didn't check the short url...

Tell me what you think about.

Base
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Qgis

Hi,

just ran into your post. Currewntly I am using Qgis as a mobile companien. But I will have a look at the saga gis aswel.

Maybe a strange question, currently I working at some projects were some field gis apps would come handy. As I am working at a very small NGO there is no budget for these things at all, but maybe you've got a hint to look at soem sw to do some basic inventarisation jobs to combine both esri shapefiles with databases (ornitologie and flora...)

tnx for your answer in advance.

Bas

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Qgis & SAGA

Hi,

I don't know if I undertood you… but anyway

I tell you that SAGA it’s more powerfull. Qgis is for show the data and SAGA can manipulate the data, over all the raster information (you have more information in both main web pages)

If you are trying to combine ESRI shapefiles and database may be gvSIG could help you. Visit the next URL for more information
http://www.gvsig.gva.es/index.php?id=gvsig&L=2

Besides, you can contact with the friendly people of this project to ask for more related information

I hope it was useful…

Regards

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Miguel Sevilla-Callejo
PhD Researcher
Dept. of Geography
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
http://www.uam.es/cotapata

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More "Open GIS"

I was thinking... may be you can use or find something in the forks of JUMP:

http://jump-project.org/

http://openjump.org/wiki/show/HomePage

Miguel

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Thanx for the info I'll get

Thanx for the info

I'll get to work with it.

Bas

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it is portable ??

which all the link is the portable and the best?? can it install with the portableapps?? cos i use it with my thumbdrive

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