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openModeller library is a spatial distribution modelling library, providing a uniform method for modelling distribution patterns usin
openModeller library is a spatial distribution modelling library, providing a uniform method for modelling distribution patterns using a variety of modelling algorithms.
openModeller can be used via programatic interfaces, including SOAP and SWIG-python, as well as via a user friendly desktop grapical user interface and a GIS plugin.
1. Install proj4 library, (known to work with version 4.4.7)
2. Install the GDAL library, (known to work with version 1.2.5)
3. Install GSL - GNU Scientific Library, (known to work with version 1.4)
4. Download the latest openModeller package from the sourceforge site, uncompress it, get into the "modeller" directory and then:
$ ./configure (see more options in the section "Compile options")
$ make install
Alternatively, you can try the latest version from CVS:
$ cvs -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/openmodeller login
$ cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/openmodeller co modeller
$ cd modeller
$ make install
What's New in This Release:
Integrated with TerraLib (now the IO functions also work with Terralib raster and point data), removed the algorithm Bioclim distance, changed the default output map file type to ERDAS Imagine ".img", refactored the SOAP interface which now covers all modelling functionality, re-enabled the new version of GARP (v3), several fixes in the SWIG-Python binding, fixed installation issue with the RPM packages.
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