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Build 'PCRaster' (from source) on Linux - For calculation of flow accumulation in QGIS... by Hans van der Kwast

$  sudo apt install libboost- all -dev libqt 5 charts 5 -dev libxerces-c-dev libncurses-dev cmake-curses-gui libqt 5 opengl 5 -dev pybind 11 -dev $ git clone --recursive $ cd pcraster && mkdir build && cd build $ cmake -G "Unix Makefiles" -D CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DPCRASTER_BUILD_TEST= OFF .. $ make -j 4 $ sudo make install $ echo "export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/usr/local/python" >> ~/.bash_profile $ sudo reboot

How I Would Learn GIS (If I Had To Start Over)


MAPS CAN LIE - A map presents only one of many possible stories

Don't believe everything a map appears to show.  The Colour, the size and position of labels and the scale hierarchy of information can all be used to deceive you.

FOSS4G 2023 - (Prizren) - General and Academic Track Presentation Downloads

FOSS4G: UK Local 2023 Get your tickets

Build a Geospatial Platform Using QGIS and Koordinates Cloud