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Raster I/O Simplification. A set of python modules which makes it easy to write raster
processing code in Python. Built on top of GDAL, it handles the details of opening and
closing files, checking alignment of projection and raster grid, stepping through the
raster in small blocks, etc., allowing the programmer to concentrate on the processing
involved. RIOS was written for our own use, and comes without any warranty, or assurance
that it might even be useful, but if anyone else is silly enough to want it, they are
welcome to it. It is licensed under GPL 3, as given in the file LICENSE.txt.

To download the code, click on the Downloads tab above, and select the latest tarball.
Sphinx documentation is available at rioshome.org