This is a Python rewrite of the code used to create the Visualizing Facebook Friends visualization in 2010.
PyGeoprocessing is a Python/Cython based library that provides a set of commonly used raster, vector, and hydrological operations for GIS processing. Similar functionality can be found in ArcGIS/QGIS raster algebra, ArcGIS zonal statistics, and ArcGIS/GRASS/TauDEM hydrological routing routines.
Python-geotiepoints is a python modules that interpolates (and extrapolates if needed) geographical tiepoints into a larger geographical grid. This is usefull when the full resolution lon/lat grid is needed while only a lower resolution grid of tiepoints was provided.
Track orbiting objects (such as the International Space Station) in your terminal
Extract place names from a URL or text, and add context to those names – for example distinguishing between a country, region or city.
The GeoRasters package is a python module that provides a fast and flexible tool to work with GIS raster files. It provides the GeoRaster class, which makes working with rasters quite transparent and easy. In a way it tries to do for rasters what GeoPandas does for geometries.
The Geonames library parses Geonames.org datasets into clean & simple OGR shapefile format.
Simplifies drawing logos, text labels, color scales and legends onto PIL image objects.
PyTOPKAPI is a BSD licensed Python library implementing the TOPKAPI
Hydrological model (Liu and Todini, 2002). The model is a
physically-based and fully distributed hydrological model, which has
already been successfully applied in several countries around the
world (Liu and Todini, 2002; Bartholomes and Todini, 2005; Liu et al.,
2005; Martina et al., 2006; Vischel et al., 2008).
This project is designed as an add-on for networkx, a graph library for Python. It accepts a variety of different spatial formats to generate directional graphs and provides simple modules to correct flow errors, find specific nodes by attribute, and run a depth first search (trace) with stopping points.