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GRASS 6.1

GRASS 6 GUI Screenshots

User are provided with a (small) variety of choices for user interface. They can work on command line (CLI), use the built-in GIS Manager, launch QGIS with GRASS (requires QGIS installation) and/or use JAVAGRASS. See below for details.

GRASS GIS Manager

This manager is integrated with GRASS 6.

GRASS GIS Manager

GIS Manager GUI interface (click to enlarge; see more)

GRASS with Quantum GIS interface (QGIS)

Quantum GIS (QGIS) is a Geographic Information System (GIS) built for Linux/Unix. QGIS supports vector, raster, and database formats. It optionally comes with GRASS raster/vector support.

QGIS, launched within GRASS (click to enlarge):
GRASS/QGIS

GRASS shell in QGIS

GRASS shell in QGIS (click to enlarge)

QGIS Project

JAVAGRASS

JAVAGRASS (JGRASS) is a multi-platform, multi-session GRASS framework. JGRASS packages GRASS to be used in production environments as opposed to a research environment. The architecture of JGRASS follows the client-server model internally, separating the Graphical User Interface (GUI) from the spatial processing engine. This separation will allow the easy development of remote access capability.

JAVAGRASS session:
JAVAGRASS
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JAVAGRASS Project (Image Gallery for JGrass)

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