spatial-analyst.net:General disclaimer

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Hi,

I made this website so you can easier find the way to some of my key publications and products. You can also follow my agenda in the case you plan to locate, contact or collaborate with me. Please read the disclaimer before you start downloading documents, scripts or datasets. I tried to adjust this website to the users as much as possible. If you have an idea or comment how to improve it - please let me know. This is a wiki project, which obviously means that you can edit, extend and modify much of its content. I keep the right to review your additions and accept or reject them.


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This website is licensed under a Creative Commons License. You are free to distribute these document or use them in class as long as you give credit to the source and you don't use it for any commercial purposes.

and NO! This site has not much to do with the ESRI's spatial analyst extension.

DISCLAIMER

Tomislav Hengl maintains this website (Site) personally as a courtesy to those who may choose to access it or contribute to its contents (Users). The information presented herein is for informative purposes only and not to receive any commercial benefits. The Users can visit the Site and download and copy the information, documents and other data (Materials) for User's personal, non-commercial use, without any right to resell, redistribute or create derivative works. Tomislav Hengl specifically does not make any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any website materials. Under no circumstances shall Tomislav Hengl be liable for any loss, damage, liability or expense incurred or suffered which is claimed to resulted from use of this Site, including without limitation, any fault, error, omission, interruption or delay with respect thereto (reliance at User's own risk). In the case of above mentioned situations, you should contact Tomislav Hengl, preferably by a letter or a fax.

In Amsterdam, October 2008.

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