[SciPy-User] ANN: PySAL 1.0.0

Serge Rey sjsrey@gmail....
Sun Aug 1 10:36:48 CDT 2010


We are pleased to announce the release of PySAL 1.0.0.

PySAL is a library of tools for spatial data analysis written in Python.  This
release comes after an extensive integration and refactoring effort to combine
common analytical functionality in the projects STARS and PySpace into a shared
open source library for geospatial analysis and geocomputation. For more
information, please see the release notes that follow below.

You can download PySAL from here:
http://code.google.com/p/pysal/downloads/list
Python 2.6 binaries for Windows and OS X are available, as well as source
tarballs for other platforms and documentation in html form.

Enjoy,

The PySAL developers

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Python Spatial Analysis Library
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.. Contents::

What is PySAL
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PySAL modules
+++++++++++++

 * pysal.core — Core Data Structures and IO
 * pysal.cg — Computational Geometry
 * pysal.esda — Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis
 * pysal.inequality — Spatial Inequality Analysis
 * pysal.spatial_dynamics — Spatial Dynamics
 * pysal.region — Spatially constrained clustering
 * pysal.weights — Spatial Weights
 * pysal.FileIO — PySAL FileIO: Module for reading and writing
                  various file types in a Pythonic way

Documentation
-------------

The documentation site is here
 http://pysal.org/contents.html

Web sites
---------

PySAL's home is here
 http://pysal.org/

The developer's site is here
 http://code.google.com/p/pysal/

Mailing Lists
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Please see the developer's list here
 http://groups.google.com/group/pysal-dev

Help for users is here
 http://groups.google.com/group/openspace-list

Bug reports
-----------

To search for or report bugs, please see
 http://code.google.com/p/pysal/issues/list

License information
-------------------

See the file "LICENSE.txt" for information on the history of this
software, terms & conditions for usage, and a DISCLAIMER OF ALL
WARRANTIES.

-- 
Sergio (Serge) Rey
Professor, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
Arizona State University
http://geoplan.asu.edu/rey

Editor, International Regional Science Review
http://irx.sagepub.com


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