Download GeoDa for Windows

The download will begin immediately after clicking on this link:

GeoDa 1.12

Note: for windows users, auto-upgrade from 1.8.6 may encounter a UAC issue or a failure of drag-n-drop file to GeoDa feature. To solve this problem, one needs to uninstall GeoDa first (also please manually delete the directory "c:\program files\GeoDa Software") and then download and install GeoDa.

Previous versions

GeoDa 1.10

GeoDa 1.8.16

GeoDa 1.8.14

GeoDa 1.8.12

GeoDa 1.8.10

GeoDa 1.8.8

GeoDa 1.6.7

Legacy GeoDa

If you want to use the 2004 GeoDa 0.95i binary for Windows XP, select the "Geoda 0.9.5-i Windows XP Installer" link below.  The download will begin immediately after you login.

Note: the 32-bit GeoDa program works on Windows XP and Vista, but we are only supplying limited support for pre-Windows 7.

Don't know which windows version?

To determine if your Windows is 32-bit or 64-bit, open Control Panel > System and Security > System. On the information panel, look for "System type" which will say either "32-bit Operating System" or "64-bit Operating System". See screenshot below as an example:

Installation Instruction

Install GeoDa

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Run GeoDa

Uninstall GeoDa

To uninstall GeoDa, either select the "Uninstall" program under the "GeoDa Software" program group from the Start menu programs as shown below:

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Alternatively, to uninstall GeoDa, go to Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features and select the GeoDa program from the list and select Uninstall as shown below:

Create a USB running GeoDa

To run GeoDa on Windows machines without administrator permission (e.g. this is normal in a lab environment), there is a trick to create a USB running GeoDa without installation:

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Find a windows machine with administrator permission, install GeoDa. (Note: make sure the visual c++ 2010 redistributable has been installed)

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Copy two files to GeoDa installation directory "C:\Program Files\GeoDa Software":

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Zip the GeoDa installation directory "C:\Program Files\GeoDa Software", and distribute the zip file as GeoDa program to students/users.


Questions? Contact us.