Python Spatial Analysis Library - Python 2
DescriptionPySAL is an open source library of spatial analysis functions written in Python intended to support the development of high level applications. It is important to underscore what PySAL is, and is not, designed to do. First and foremost, PySAL is a library in the fullest sense of the word. Developers looking for a suite of spatial analytical methods that they can incorporate into application development should feel at home using PySAL. Spatial analysts who may be carrying out research projects requiring customized scripting, extensive simulation analysis, or those seeking to advance the state of the art in spatial analysis should also find PySAL to be a useful foundation for their work. End users looking for a user friendly graphical user interface for spatial analysis should not turn to PySAL directly. Instead, they should consider projects like STARS and the GeoDaX suite of software products which wrap PySAL functionality in GUIs. At the same time, it's expected that with developments such as the Python based plug-in architectures for QGIS, GRASS, and the toolbox extensions for ArcGIS, that end user access to PySAL functionality will be widening in the near future. This package contains the pysal library for Python 2.
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