INSENSA-GIS is a free and open source software for computing and displaying GIS raster data.
INSENSA-GIS depends on the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and works with Windows 32bit/64bit, MacOS-X or Linux.
If you are not sure which Windows version you are running, go to:
Start Menu / Control panel / System and Security / System and look for 32-bit or 64-bit Operating System.
Go to 'Get INSENSA-GIS' at http://insensa.org/get-insensa.html and download the program.
Go to http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp where you can upgrade or download Java choosing the appropriate version.
Unzip the program into a folder of your choice.
To launch the program double click on the insensa file inside the the extracted folder.
Choose a folder on your hard drive where the workspace should be stored.
Creating a new Project
Now you are ready to start using INSENSA-GIS
The INSENSA-GIS interface consists of three components:
You can display different graphical representations and informations about the files:
Files are organized in fileSets.
Adding new FileSets:
To import your data or the data available for the exercise add a new fileSet.
Go to File/New/FileSet, click on the icon in the toolbar or use the shortcut CTRL+n, (STRG+n).
Assign a name to your fileSet.
It is possible to import files or folders.
Supported File formats:
You can import the following raster formats:
Additional help is available through the Help Menu or F1 inside the program.
For further questions, problems or feedback use the Forum.
Next tutorial is coming soon.