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GRASS GIS 6.4.3 Reference Manual

       Geographic  Resources  Analysis  Support  System,  commonly  referred to as GRASS, is a <a
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       System  (GIS)  used  for  geospatial  data  management  and  analysis,  image  processing,
       graphics/maps production, spatial modeling, and visualization. GRASS is currently used  in
       academic  and  commercial  settings  around  the  world,  as  well as by many governmental
       agencies and environmental consulting companies.

       This reference manual details the use of modules  distributed  with  Geographic  Resources
       Analysis  Support  System  (GRASS),  an  open  source  (GNU  GPL'ed), image processing and
       geographic information system (GIS).  Go to database introduction

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       database commands:
            | db.columns   | List all columns for a given table.
            | db.connect   | Prints/sets general DB connection for current mapset and exits.
            | db.copy      | Copy a table.
            | db.describe  | Describes a table in detail.
            | db.drivers   | Lists all database drivers.
            | db.dropcol   | Drops a column from selected attribute table
            | db.droptable      | Drops an attribute table.
            | db.execute   | Executes any SQL statement.
            |    | Imports attribute tables in various formats.
            | db.login     | Sets user/password for driver/database.
            | db.out.ogr   | Exports attribute tables into various formats.
            |    | Selects data from attribute table (performs SQL query statement(s)).
            | db.tables    | Lists all tables for a given database.
            | db.test      | Test database driver, database must exist and set by db.connect.

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