iGMT: Interactive Mapping of Geoscientific Datasets
For installation notes, see the iGMT documentation page.
- The USC
Geodynamics Earth Science Computing Environment (UGESCE)
includes a recent version of iGMT, GMT, as well as other
scientific software and data preinstalled.
- iGMT version 1.2 (as
The last and final release of iGMT is version 1.2, which has a lot of
new features (see, e.g., a poster on stress
data plotting) compared to older vesions; iGMT 1.2 supports GMT
version 3.4.5 and 4.x.x. The software is stable and no known bugs
You can download
The datestamp behind the name prefix indicates the last modification
date, e.g. "-20001027" means October 27, 2000.
Last changes were made on 12/20/15.
For version 1.2, click here for quick start installation tips.
- iGMT version 1.1 (old release)
We recommend using the new version (1.2) at this point.
iGMT 1.1 was released as an update to iGMT1.0 in April 1999 (see the version history page for a
list of changes). (All iGMT with versions larger or equal 1.1 are
compatible with GMT versions 3.0 through 3.3, iGMT pre 1.2
starting from the Dec 2005 releases can deal with GMT 3.4.5 and
4.0). iGMT 1.1 has enhanced data handling routines, and writes much
nicer script files than version 1.0. You can download the following
Approx 2.2MB big gnu-zipped tar file. Contains
the Tcl/Tk source code, example input files,
example plots, the documentation as a postscript file,
and smaller datasets.
- iGMT 1.1 no frills:
Approx. 200kB big plain tar file. Contains all the sources but does not
come with documentation and data sets.
- The Known problems page has been set up for
possible incompatibilities, problems, and bugs in iGMT version 1.1.
- iGMT version 1.0 (old release)
For further technical information about iGMT installation and version
history, please refer to:
For mapping and GIS software by other folks, you might want to check out
the Free GIS web site.
Page change on 12/20/15 by TWB