Geographic Information System Software
- ArcGIS Desktop: Extendable desktop suite to manage, visualize and analyze GIS data in 2D and 3D, including image processing. Includes ArcGIS Pro, ArcMap, ArcCatalog, and ArcGIS Online.
- QGIS - A free and open source GIS.
- GeoDa - A free and open source software tool that serves as an introduction to spatial data analysis.
- GISInternals - Povidesdaily build packages and software development kits for the GDAL and MapServer
- Global Mapper - An easy-to-use, robust, and genuinely affordable GIS application that combines a wide array of spatial data processing tools with access to an unparalleled variety of data formats.
- GRASS GIS - A free and open source GIS software suite used for geospatial data management and analysis, image processing, graphics and maps production, spatial modeling, and visualization.
- gvSIG - A powerful, user-friendly, interoperable GIS.
- JUMP GIS - An open source GIS written in Java
- OpenOrienteering Mapper - A software for creating maps for the orienteering sport.
- MapInfo Pro - A full-featured desktop solution to prepare data for web mapping applications and create presentation quality maps that combines data analysis, visual insights, and map publishing.
- Marble - A virtual globe and world atlas.
- SAGA - Open source system for automated geoscientific analyses.
- SharpMap - An easy-to-use mapping library for use in web and desktop applications
- TileMill - An open source map design studio, developed by a community of volunteer open source contributors
- uDig - An open source (EPL and BSD) desktop application framework, built with Eclipse Rich Client (RCP) technology.
- Whitebox GAT - An open source desktop GIS and remote sensing software package for general applications of geospatial analysis and data visualization.