[Fsf-friends] Do you know anything about GRDSS... (developed at IISc, Bangalore)

Frederick Noronha (FN) fred@bytesforall.org
Tue Jan 11 23:45:17 IST 2005

GRDSS is a GRASS (Geographic Resource Analysis Support System, 
http://wgbis.ces.iisc.ernet.in/grass) based GIS. GRASS is an open source GIS 
that works on the GNU/Linux platform, but most of the applications are in 
command line arguments. The command line syntax for GRASS was time consuming 
for individuals with limited programming skills. In order to overcome this, a 
user-friendly graphical interface GRDSS (Geographical REsources Decision 
Support System) was developed with all functionality of GIS and image 
processing. It aids decision makers and planners at a decision support system 
to visualise the decisions with spatial and temporal decisions along with 
capabilities to capture, store, process, display, organise, and prioritize 
spatial and temporal data. -- From GIS@development, August 2004 p 20.
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