OpenStereo is an open source, cross-platform software for structural geology analysis.
After an initial release back in 2010, the software has been completely re-written by our alumni Arthur Endlein and now it lives in GitHub.
If you’re looking for the latest releases, they are here.
There’s a short tutorial here.
If you’re interested in the documentation (install notes, etc) follow this link.
And if you’re looking for the very old but still usable version there’s a binary version for Windows here (no installation required, just unzip and run OpenStereo.exe), and the source code is here.
We are working on a full paper, but if you want to cite OpenStereo (please), there’s the AGU abstract, an extended abstract in Portuguese and Arthur’s MSc thesis.
Grohmann, C.H. and Campanha, G.A.C., 2010. OpenStereo: open source, cross-platform software for structural geology analysis. Presented at the AGU 2010 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
Read it at the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System | PDF PDF of presentation
Grohmann, C.H., Campanha, G.A.C. and Soares Junior, A.V., 2011. OpenStereo: um programa Livre e multiplataforma para análise de dados estruturais. In: XIII Simpósio Nacional de Estudos Tectônicos. [In Portuguese]
http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1037685 (PDF via figshare)
Endlein, A., 2017. Methods and applications for geological directional data analysis. MScThesis, Institute of Geosciences, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
Available at the University of São Paulo Digital Library.