You can download the 64 bit version of SCIMAP for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license. This version has the SCIMAP-Forward based calculations for fine sediment predictions, a method to buffer your catchment to prevent no-data leaking into you area of interest and the network index landscape scale connectivity calculations.
the 64-bit version enables you to use far larger grids at a finder resolution. For example, you can use 5m data across large landscapes or make use of Lidar datasets.
This version of SCIMAP will probably be the last for SAGA-GIS and future development will be on the web based platform.
If you want to use SCIMAP for commercial use, then please contact us.
SCIMAP is bundled with SAGA-GIS as the user interface and the GIS framework. It is based on SAGA 2.1 for Microsoft Windows 7, 8 and 10 (64 bit). Since SCIMAP is not a currently funded project, it is not possible to update the software to the latest version of SAGA-GIS. The software is provided ‘as is’, without any warranty, support beyond the training and information on this website.
There is extensive help on using SAGA-GIS user in the user forum at:
To download SCIMAP, please complete the form and the download link will appear below:
You can join the SCIMAP mailing list using this form
SCIMAP by Sim Reaney, Durham University is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at www.scimap.org.uk.
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