This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 642224
Starting from Version 0.4 (April 2017), the FREEWAT plugin, along with User Manuals and training material, is available for public download.
To access the download area, please register through the following link:
Once the registration is complete, you should receive an e-mail with credentials to log in.
If you don’t receive any e-mail within an hour, please do the following:
- Check your spam;
- Repeat the registration procedure using a different browser;
- Use a different e-mail contact.
If you already registered, you can directly login through the Login menu (at the upper-right corner), using Username and Password you received by e-mail when you registered the first time. Please notice, Username does not coincide with your e-mail address, you should retrieve the Username sent by e-mail!
Registration is free of charge, and requested only for statistical purposes.
FREEWAT is released under a GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE, Version 2, June 1991
The FREEWAT code is accessible (i) through the download area of this website, (ii) through the official QGIS repository of experimental plugins, and (iii) also through the gitlab repository (https://gitlab.com/freewat).
By entering the download area of this website, you will be able to download:
- the FREEWAT plugin;
- the FREEWAT User Manuals;
- program executables of the integrated modules;
- a large set of tutorials with related datasets for practicing with FREEWAT.
Please write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the FREEWAT software future development and in its application to real case studies.
Since the HORIZON 2020 FREEWAT Project is still running, this software is a draft release and not yet approved by the EC. No warranty, expressed or implied, is made by the EU or FREEWAT Consortium partners as to the functionality of the software and related material nor shall the fact of release constitutes such warranty. Furthermore, the software is released on condition that neither the EU nor the FREEWAT Consortium partners shall be held liable for any damage resulting from its authorized or unauthorized use.