The Generic Mapping Tools, GMT, are an open source collection of tools for manipulating geographic and Cartesian data sets (including filtering, trend fitting, gridding, projecting, etc.) and producing PostScript illustrations ranging from simple x–y plots via contour maps to artificially illuminated surfaces and 3D perspective views. It is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License....
- GMT Custom
This project discusses the gmt-custom repository which is a template project for people interested in developing GMT-like modules that can be called from the main gmt executable. The project produces a shared library that you can tell GMT to use by adding its path to the GMT_CUSTOM_LIBS defaults setting in gmt.conf. As is, the gmt-custom project comes with three fully-functioning custom modules that form the custom shared library which can be accessed via gmt. The gmt-custom project requires GMT 5.2 or later....
- GMT/FORTRAN API
This projects is used to aid the development of an API for FORTRAN. It is built on the GMT 5 C/C++ API and will allow FORTRAN developers full access to all GMT modules plus general i/o of GMT resources such as grids, tables, CPT, data- and text-tables.
- GMT/MATLAB API
This projects presents an GMT API for MATLAB. It is built on top of the GMT 5 C/C++ API and will allow MATLAB and Octave users full access to all GMT modules plus general i/o of GMT resources such as grids, tables, CPT, data- and text-tables, and images....
- GMT/Python API
A Python interface for the GMT C API.
It is built on the GMT 6 C/C++ API and will allow Python users full access to all GMT modules plus general i/o of GMT resources such as grids, tables, CPT, data- and text-tables.
Development is happening on Github: https://github.com/GenericMappingTools/gmt-python...
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