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This time we bring you an interview with Dr. Grant Paton-Simpson the developer of SOFA (Statistics Open For All) a statistics and reporting application. Grant has a PhD …
These are recent geospatial books involving free/libre open source software (from 2010 to 2012): PostGIS, OpenStreetMap, OpenLayers, GDAL/OGR and QGIS among others.
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The Geospatial Desktop
This book …
What a great interview we have for you this week! John W. Eaton, THE developer of GNU Octave, and Jordi Gutiérrez, one of their main developers and organizer …
Today we share with you an interview with Jan Erik Solem, author of the book “Programming Computer Vision with Python”. Jan also works at Apple doing computer vision. How …
The following FLOSS for science related books were published during the month of June 2012. You can check the lists for other months at the end of the post. …
OpenSesame is a graphical builder for psychological experiments. In this interview, Sebastiaan Mathôt, lead developer of OpenSesame, talks about the project, his motivations and the importance of openness …
Today FLOSS4Science.com celebrates its first year of publishing.
The goal of the site has always been to share news and resources related to free/libre and open source scientific …
Scilab is one of the most popular FLOSS projects in the scientific computing area, in part due to its longevity, continuous development and community support. In this interview, Sylvestre …
The following FLOSS for science related books were published during the month of May 2012. After reading this post you can browse a growing catalog of books that you …
Today we have for you an interview with the developers of the Sage mathematics system project. Note that the answers were given as a team. Sage is an …