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S.A.U.

S.A.U. (Spatial Analysis Utilities) is a free and user-friendly software for point pattern analyses developed by Giancarlo Macchi (ASIAA Lab). It allows to perform analyses like barycentre, nearest neighbour, quadrat and proximity analysis, Thiessen / Voronoi polygons and has features like shape export abilities etc.

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The study of the distributive characteristics of settlement patterns is one of the most important topics in the reconstruction of historical landscapes. Unfortunately, advanced knowledge of GIS techniques, as well as quantitative techniques and methods are required in order to achieve positive results in this area. Furthermore, the application of spatial analysis in the archaeological research requires a large and expensive investment of software and hardware to accomplish such tasks. In order to address all these issues, this year we started the development of an analytical tool for the study and analysis of spatial distributions.

This software rather than a GIS application shall be conceived as a general utility for data processing. In fact, the main aim of Spatial Analysis Utilities is to accomplish in a quick and easy manner the entire quantitative process. The philosophy of the software is to provide conclusive statistical data with just some mouse clicks to non advanced GIS users.

Download S.A.U. (1,56 Mb)

In order to export cartographic layers in bitmap format, install the Apple QuickTime extension first.


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