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pyGTiff 1.0.3

Convenience class for handling geotiffs (and potentially other formats) through GDAL

Package Documentation

Developed at the Michigan Tech Research Institute (MTRI), pyGTiff is a convenience class for handling geotiffs (and potentially other formats) through GDAL in Python. This project is intended to facilitate scientific computing of geospatial information by making GDAL easier to use for scientists who are not primarily programmers.

Installation Instructions

UNIX:

If you haven’t done so already, extract the archive contents to a temporary location or clone the repository

Open setup.py and change the following to match your setup:

gdal_lib=’/usr/lib ‘ gdal_inc=’/usr/include/gdal’ gdal_vers=” #not usually needed, but specify if it can’t find the library

Then run python setup.py build [-noc, –noc] sudo python setup.py install (sudo is only needed if you are installing it to the default python installation)

The noc option specifies that the supplementary C++ libraries should not be built. This will disable some functionality (shapeIntersect, reproject and intersect)

WINDOWS:

Install osgeo4w: http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo4w/ Download one of the binary distributions and install

Or from source:

If you haven’t done so already, extract the source archive contents to a temporary location or clone the repository Download and install Visual Studio 2008 Express open the OSGeo4W terminal cd to the location you put the source python setup.py install

 
File Type Py Version Uploaded on Size
pyGTiff-1.0.3.win32-py2.7.msi (md5) MS Windows MSI installer 2.7 2014-11-19 176KB
pyGTiff-1.0.3.zip (md5) Source 2014-11-18 19KB