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MeteoInfo: GIS and scientific computation environment for meteorological community

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MeteoInfo is an integrated framework for GIS application (MeteoInfoMap), scientific computation and visualization environment (MeteoInfoLab), especially for meteorological community.

MeteoInfoMap is a GIS application which enables the user to visualize and analyze the spatial and meteorological data with multiple data formats.

MeteoInfoMap GUI

MeteoInfoLab is a scientific computation and visualization environment using Jython scripting with the ability of multiple dimensional array calculation and 2D/3D plotting.

MeteoInfoLab GUI

It requires that Java 8 or greater be installed on your computer. See the website for a free download of Java if you do not have it already installed.


Learn more about MeteoInfo in its official documentation at For a general project overview refer to build, module, dependency and other diagrams.


  • Wang, Y.Q., 2014. MeteoInfo: GIS software for meteorological data visualization and analysis. Meteorological Applications, 21: 360-368.
  • Wang, Y.Q., 2019. An Open Source Software Suite for Multi-Dimensional Meteorological Data Computation and Visualisation. Journal of Open Research Software, 7(1), p.21. DOI:

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  • Report bugs, suggest features or view the source code on GitHub


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