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actinia-core 4.14.1

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Actinia Core is an open source REST API for scalable, distributed, high performance processing of ge

Actinia Core is an open source REST API for scalable, distributed, high performance processing of geographical data that uses mainly GRASS GIS for computational tasks

Stars: 78, Watchers: 78, Forks: 22, Open Issues: 55

The actinia-org/actinia-core repo was created 6 years ago and the last code push was Yesterday. The project is moderately popular with 78 github stars!

How to Install actinia-core

You can install actinia-core using pip

pip install actinia-core

or add it to a project with poetry

poetry add actinia-core

Package Details

Author
Carmen Tawalika, Anika Weinmann, Guido Riembauer, Markus Metz, Julia Haas, Marc Jansen, Jorge A. Herrera Maldonado, Sören Gebbert, Markus Neteler, Momen Mawad, and more
License
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Homepage
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PyPi:
https://pypi.org/project/actinia-core/
GitHub Repo:
https://github.com/actinia-org/actinia_core

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GitHub Issues

The actinia-core package has 55 open issues on GitHub

  • Reset test markers
  • Update mundialis/actinia-core Docker tag to v4.9.2
  • Update redis Docker tag to v7
  • Update dependency pystac to v1
  • Update dependency google-cloud-bigquery to v3
  • Update dependency matplotlib to v3.7.2
  • Update dependency docutils to v0.20.1
  • Dependency Dashboard
  • Update redis Docker tag to v5.0.14
  • Update dependency rasterio to v1.3.8
  • Storing and accessing credentials (e.g. database logins) as actinia user

See more issues on GitHub

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