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I would suggest that you take a good look at Geo-reka. It's a new kid on the 3D modelling block, but it is polished, intuitive and very easy to learn. It is and will be constantly evolving and is priced perfectly for consultants and students and universities are encouraged to ask about academic discounts There's a free one-month trial ...
A start-up, GaiaStudio, provides software as a service for 3D visualization of terrestrial ecosystems. (http://gaiastudio.ca) The visualization is based on forest inventory and forest-growth projections. By using simulated projections, GaiaStudio can visualize the state of the forest in any future point of time. The demo server holds information on seven ...
you can use Tranus, it's opensource And it provide the four-step travel demand modules with a combination of trip distribution and mode choice. It has both land use model and travel demand model. But the travel model cna be run independently. It is written in fortran, so the performance is good.
Have you implemented the LADM model already ? I will be also implementing and running a prototype as a part of my Msc Thesis on my own website which have Postgres database . Do you have any suggestions for me ? I have the model ready in UML as a Enterprise Architect file...
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