An application to display a geological map of the UK, using libchamplain. Map data provided by Mapbox. Geological data provided by the British Geological Survey.
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README.md

Grock

GTK application to display geological maps of the UK, powered by libchamplain.

Base map tiles provided by Mapbox, geological data provided by the British Geological Survey's various Web Map Services.

Built with GNOME Builder.

Screenshots

How to use

  • Location button to go to your current location (will likely not work yet)
  • Menu allows toggling satellite view / gravity anomalies / magnetic anomalies / linear features
  • Opacity of geological overlay may also be changed
  • Long tap / right click to bring up information about rock type

To do

  • Rock information on right-click
  • Find current location
  • Satellite view
  • Make usable on mobile
  • Refactor and clean up code

License

Grock is licensed under the GNU GPLv3 Licence - see COPYING.

Many thanks to

  • Maintainers of and contributors to the project's dependancies.
  • Contributors to gnome-recipes, gnome-maps, gnome-photos and Glade. Inspection of the source code of these programs was useful in learning how to build a GTK program.
  • The many people willing to help out on the Gnome Newcomers Matrix channel.