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SAGA_CMD(1)							   SAGA_CMD(1)

NAME
       saga_cmd	- command-line interface to the	System for Automated
       Geoscientific Analyses

SYNOPSIS
       saga_cmd	[-h, --help]

       saga_cmd	[-v, --version]

       saga_cmd	[-C, --config][=#][-s, --story][=#][-c,	--cores][=#][-f,
       --flags][=#] _LIBRARY_ [_TOOL_] [_OPTIONS_]

       saga_cmd	[-C, --config][=#][-s, --story][=#][-c,	--cores][=#][-f,
       --flags][=#] _SCRIPT_

       saga_cmd	--create-config[=file]
	  Create a default configuration file. If no file name is specified
	  it will use 'saga_cmd.ini'.

       saga_cmd	--create-batch[=file]
	  Create a batch script	file example.

       saga_cmd	--create-docs[=directory]
	  Create tool documentation in current working directory, if no
	  other	directory is given.

DESCRIPTION
       SAGA GIS	(System	for Automated Geoscientific Analysis) is a free	and
       open source geographic information system used for editing and
       analysing spatial data. It includes a large number of tools for the
       analysis	of vector, table, grid and image data.

       The SAGA	command	line interpreter is particularly useful	for the
       processing of complex work flows	by defining a series of	subsequent
       tool calls in a script file. Calling saga_cmd with the option
       '--create-batch'	will create an example of a DOS	batch script file,
       which might be a	good starting point for	the implementation of your own
       specific	work flows.

       When run	without	arguments, the tool libraries found in the SAGA
       installation directory (e.g. /usr/lib/saga) will	be loaded
       automatically. Additional directories can be specified by adding	the
       environment variable 'SAGA_TLB' and let it point	to one or more
       directories, just the way it is done with the DOS 'PATH'	variable.

OPTIONS
       LIBRARY [TOOL] [OPTIONS]
	       Specify the library (e.g. ta_morphometry) and the tool (number
	       or name). If no tool is specified the different tools of	a
	       library are listed.

       SCRIPT  Saga cmd	script file with one or	more tool calls

       -h, --help
	       Help on usage

       -v, --version
	       Version information

       -s, --story
	       Maximum data history depth (default is unlimited)

       -C, --config
	       Configuration file (default is 'saga_cmd.ini')

       -c, --cores
	       Number of physical processors to	use for	computation

       -f, --flags
	       Various flags for general usage [qrsilxo]

	       q No progress report
	       r No messages report
	       s Silent	mode (no progress and no messages report)
	       i Allow user interaction
	       l Load translation dictionary
	       x Use XML markups for synopses and messages
	       o Load old style	naming

       --create-config
	       Create a	default	configuration file. If no file name is
	       specified it will use 'saga_cmd.ini'

       --create-batch
	       Create batch file examples in the current working directory

       --create-docs
	       Create tool documentation in the	current	working	directory

EXAMPLE
       export SAGA_TLB=/usr/lib/saga

       saga_cmd	ta_lighting "Analytical	Hillshading" -ELEVATION=c:\dem.sg-grd
       -SHADE=c:\shade.sg-grd

       Multiple	input files can	be specified by	separating them	by a semicolon
       (;).

       saga_cmd	grid_tools Mosaicking -GRIDS test1.sg-grd;test2.sg-grd
       -TARGET_OUT_GRID	merged.sg-grd

BUGS
       On the website of http://www.saga-gis.org, a list of known bugs can be
       found and new bug reports can be	submitted.

AUTHORS
       SAGA was	written	by Olaf	Conrad with help from a	large number of
       contributors. This manual page was written by Johan Van de Wauw and
       updated by Rainer Hurling.  Both	are released under the GNU General
       Public License v2.

       More info  http://www.saga-gis.org

8.0.1				  2021-07-07			   SAGA_CMD(1)

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