GeoTrellis is a Scala library and framework that provides APIs for reading, writing and operating on geospatial raster and vector data. GeoTrellis also provides helpers for these same operations in Spark and for performing MapAlgebra operations on rasters. It is released under the Apache 2 License.
Please visit the project site for more information as well as some interactive demos.
You're also welcome to ask questions and talk to developers (let us know what you're working on!) via Gitter.
GeoTrellis is currently available for Scala 2.11 and 2.12, using Spark 2.4.x.
To get started with SBT, simply add the following to your build.sbt file:
libraryDependencies += "org.locationtech.geotrellis" %% "geotrellis-raster" % "<latest version>"
To grab the latest
RC or milestone build, add these resolvers:
resolvers ++= Seq( "eclipse-releases" at "https://repo.eclipse.org/content/groups/releases", "eclipse-snapshots" at "https://repo.eclipse.org/content/groups/snapshots" )
If you are just getting started with GeoTrellis, we recommend familiarizing yourself with the
geotrellis-raster package, but it is just one of the many available. The complete list of published GeoTrellis packages includes:
geotrellis-accumulo: Accumulo store integration for GeoTrellis
geotrellis-accumulo-spark: Accumulo store integration for GeoTrellis + Spark
geotrellis-cassandra: Cassandra store integration for GeoTrellis
geotrellis-cassandra-spark: Cassandra store integration for GeoTrellis + Spark
geotrellis-gdal: GDAL bindings for GeoTrellis
geotrellis-geomesa: Experimental GeoMesa integration for GeoTrellis + Spark
geotrellis-geotools: Conversions to and from GeoTools Vector and Raster data
geotrellis-geowave: Experimental GeoWave integration for GeoTrellis + Spark
geotrellis-hbase: HBase store integration for GeoTrellis
geotrellis-hbase-spark: HBase store integration for GeoTrellis + Spark
geotrellis-layer: Datatypes to describe sets of rasters
geotrellis-macros: Performance optimizations for GeoTrellis operations
geotrellis-proj4: Coordinate Reference systems and reproject (Scala wrapper around Proj4j)
geotrellis-raster: Raster data types and operations, including MapAlgebra
geotrellis-raster-testkit: Testkit for testing
geotrellis-s3: Amazon S3 store integration for GeoTrellis
geotrellis-s3-spark: Amazon S3 store integration for GeoTrellis + Spark
geotrellis-shapefile: Read ESRI Shapefiles into GeoTrellis data types via GeoTools
geotrellis-spark: Geospatially enables Spark and provides primitives for external data stores
geotrellis-spark-pipeline: DSL for geospatial ingest jobs using GeoTrellis + Spark
geotrellis-spark-testkit: Testkit for testing
geotrellis-store: Abstract interfaces for storage services, with concrete implementations for local and Hadoop filesystems
geotrellis-util: Miscellaneous GeoTrellis helpers
geotrellis-vector: Vector data types and operations extending JTS
geotrellis-vector-testkit: Testkit for testing
geotrellis-vectortile: Experimental vector tile support, including reading and writing
A more complete feature list can be found on the Module Hierarchy page of the GeoTrellis documentation. If you're looking for a specific feature or operation, we suggest searching there or reaching out on Gitter.
For older releases, check the complete list of packages and versions available at locationtech-releases.
scala> import geotrellis.raster._ import geotrellis.raster._ scala> import geotrellis.raster.render.ascii._ import geotrellis.raster.render.ascii._ scala> import geotrellis.raster.mapalgebra.focal._ import geotrellis.raster.mapalgebra.focal._ scala> val nd = NODATA nd: Int = -2147483648 scala> val input = Array[Int]( nd, 7, 1, 1, 3, 5, 9, 8, 2, 9, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 4, 3, 5, 3, 8, 1, 3, 3, 3, 1, 2, 2, 2, 4, 7, 1, nd, 1, 8, 4, 3) input: Array[Int] = Array(-2147483648, 7, 1, 1, 3, 5, 9, 8, 2, 9, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 4, 3, 5, 3, 8, 1, 3, 3, 3, 1, 2, 2, 2, 4, 7, 1, -2147483648, 1, 8, 4, 3) scala> val iat = IntArrayTile(input, 9, 4) // 9 and 4 here specify columns and rows iat: geotrellis.raster.IntArrayTile = IntArrayTile([I@278434d0,9,4) // The renderAscii method is mostly useful when you're working with small tiles // which can be taken in at a glance. scala> iat.renderAscii(AsciiArtEncoder.Palette.STIPLED) res0: String = ∘█ ▚▜██▖ █ ▖▖▖▜▚▜ ▚█ ▚▚▚ ▖▖ ▖▜█ ∘ █▜▚ scala> val focalNeighborhood = Square(1) // a 3x3 square neighborhood focalNeighborhood: geotrellis.raster.op.focal.Square = O O O O O O O O O scala> val meanTile = iat.focalMean(focalNeighborhood) meanTile: geotrellis.raster.Tile = DoubleArrayTile([D@7e31c125,9,4) scala> meanTile.getDouble(0, 0) // Should equal (1 + 7 + 9) / 3 res1: Double = 5.666666666666667
Documentation is available at https://geotrellis.io/documentation.
Scaladocs for the the
master branch are available here.
Further examples and documentation of GeoTrellis use-cases can be found in the docs/ folder.
Feedback and contributions to the project, no matter what kind, are always very welcome. A CLA is required for contribution, see Contributing for more information. Please refer to the Scala style guide for formatting patches to the codebase.
Where is our commit history and contributor list prior to Nov 2016?
The entire old history is available in the
In November 2016, GeoTrellis moved it's repository from the GeoTrellis GitHub Organization to it's current home in the LocationTech GitHub organization. In the process of moving our repository, we went through an IP review process. Because the Eclipse foundation only reviews a snapshot of the repository, and not all of history, we had to start from a clean
Unfortunately, we lost our commit and contributor count in the move. These are significant statistics for a repository, and our current counts make us look younger than we are. GeoTrellis has been an open source project since 2011. This is what our contributor and commit count looked like before the move to LocationTech:
Along with counts, we want to make sure that all the awesome people who contributed to GeoTrellis before the LocationTech move can still be credited on a contributors page. For posterity, I will leave the following contributors page to what it was before the move:
Tie Local History to Old History
You can also tie your local clone's master history to the old history by running
> git fetch origin refs/replace/*:refs/replace/*
origin points to https://github.com/locationtech/geotrellis. This will allow you to see the old history for commands like