Many software options are available to GIS practitioners to suit their specific needs. We support users of many GIS platforms, such as the ArcGIS Suite, Google Geo Tools, and open source software packages. Select the GIS software you would like to install below.
ArcGIS Desktop is a powerful commercial GIS platform and contains a suite of programs. With this software, you can perform any GIS task, including mapping, data visualization, spatial analysis, data management, geoprocessing, and data creation and editing.
This software bundle includes ArcMap, ArcCatalog, ArcScene, and ArcGlobe.
The ArcGIS software platform is available to you for instruction and research through the Clemson university site license. Our license allows you to install the software on Clemson desktop computers on the Clemson network and/or on a personal laptop computer, though a specific license is needed for each case.
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CCGT staff members can provide training and support to users with open source GIS software. These open source options promote universal access via free licenses and offer effective GIS tools for mapping and analysis. Common open source GIS software packages are QGIS, GeoDA, GRASS, GDAL, and R, among others. Click the name of the software in which you are interested to visit the website, get more information, and find installation instructions.
Google Geo Tools
Google has developed many powerful applications to search, explore, and analyze our Earth through Google Geo Tools. Using these tools can offer familiar and user-friendly solutions and references for your spatial analysis and geographic needs.
Applications available are Google Earth, Google Maps, Google Fusion Tables, Google Earth Engine, Google Tour Builder, and Google Maps APIs.
Our team of experts can help you with a variety of software and tools that will complement your fundamental GIS research. From cleaning data tools such as Open Refine, all the way to advanced parallel processing with R and Python.
We also offer support for your HPC GIS computational processes which use the Clemson Palmetto cluster or developing HTC processing solutions using Condor.