Fast Python interface for geodata - either on disk or in memory.
The geoarray package facilitates reading and writing of all GDAL compatible image file formats and provides functions for geospatial processing.
Free software: Apache 2.0
Features and usage¶
There is an example notebook that shows how to use geoarray: here.
Using Anaconda or Miniconda (recommended)¶
Using conda (latest version recommended), geoarray is installed as follows:
Create virtual environment for geoarray (optional but recommended):
$ conda create -c conda-forge --name geoarray python=3 $ conda activate geoarray
Then install geoarray itself:
$ conda install -c conda-forge geoarray
This is the preferred method to install geoarray, as it always installs the most recent stable release and automatically resolves all the dependencies.
Using pip (not recommended)¶
There is also a pip installer for geoarray. However, please note that geoarray depends on some open source packages that may cause problems when installed with pip. Therefore, we strongly recommend to resolve the following dependencies before the pip installer is run:
holoviews # optional, in case you want to use interactive plotting
Then, the pip installer can be run by:
$ pip install geoarray
History / Changelog¶
You can find the protocol of recent changes in the geoarray package here.