SAGA (System for Automated Geoscientific Analyses) is a GIS toolbox with many modules that can be used from the GUI, command line or accessed through R,python or directly using C++.

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How to calculate raster statistics for polygons?

how can I calculate sums, averages etc of raster-points (multi-band) per polygon of a vector-layer. I was told that this is called "zonal statistics". I tried that with QGIS first. There is a way to ...
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How to create a profile with profile points at discrete altitude intervalls, e.g. each 10 m

In both SAGA and QGIS theres a profile-from-line-function that does a nice job of creating profiles. But there's no way to control the altitude spacing. Any ideas for workflows that would allow me ...
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Efficiency of python script using SAGA and arcpy

=== SUMMARY === I have created a process to import a LAS point cloud, clip it, select the ground points and save the output as an XYZ.txt for clients to use. This uses a python based script (will ...
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Comparing GIS libraries

I am new to GIS. As a part of my research, I want to figure out among OSSIM, Saga API, Terralib and MApnik which one will best satisfy the following functionalities and why ( all for desktop GIS ...
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OGR VRT MSSQL example

I'm trying to import vector data into SAGA GIS from a SQLExpress 2008 server. Firstly is this possible? I would have thought using an OGR VRT layer would have been the way to do it, I've attached a ...
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Altitude Above channel in GRASS 6.4

i'm fairly new to the GIS world and GRASS (come from econometric background), i would like to do some species distribution modeling using R and GRASS. So i started to read the book of Tomislav Hengl ...
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Convert a shapefile with northing/easting to ASCII raster with latitude/longitude

Linked below is a polygon shapefile whose projection is NAD83 and whose values are LU/LC codes. Coordinates are meters of northing and easting. I would like to convert it to an ASCII raster with ...
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How to integrate SAGA Python Modules into ArcGIS Desktop?

I have been having a look at SAGA (http://www.saga-gis.org/en/index.html) and it seems to have some nice tools for geoprocessing. I was wondering if anyone out there has had any luck bringing SAGA ...