r.slope.stability 2.0 and some associated scripts are available for download below. Older versions are provided, too, but are not recommended to be used any more.
Be aware that the application of computer models in the field of natural hazards is highly critical. First, all tools, data and manuals were prepared with utmost care and with the purpose to be useful - however, they may still contain errors of various types. Second, even the best models only produce a distorted and generalized view of reality. Their interpretation requires (i) extreme care, (ii) a detailed understanding of the model and (iii) complementary information such as measurements or observations. The unreflected communication of model results may lead to unwanted consequences. Whilst critics or suggestions are highly appreciated, any responsibility for any adverse consequences emanating from the use of any of the versions of the tool provided below is strictly rejected.
[Pre-release 31.05.2021 RECOMMENDED VERSION]
The latest pre-release version of the r.slope.stability 2.0 source code, including an installation script. Even though the development of r.slope.stability 2.0 has not yet been finalized, it is believed that it is better to use this pre-release version than the older versions. However, please be aware that pre-release versions may contain serious bugs and should not be used for critical real-world applications. Changes from version 1.4: seismic slope stability (pseudostatic and Newmark methods) and upgrade to GRASS 7.8 with Python 3. Detailed instructions for the installation and operation of the tool are provided in the user manual.
[25.05.2017 OUTDATED VERSION]
Source code, installation scripts, and a manual. Change from version 1.3: bug with regard to memory allocation fixed.
[12.05.2017 OUTDATED VERSION]
Source code, installation scripts, and a manual. Change from version 1.2: bug with regard to ellipsoid dimensions fixed.
[07.04.2017 OUTDATED VERSION]
Source code, installation scripts, and a manual. Change from version 1.1: new option to explicitly provide the depth of the groundwater table.
[06.04.2017 OUTDATED VERSION]
Source code, installation scripts, and a manual. Change from version 1.0: compatibility with GRASS7, various bugs fixed.
[20.05.2014 OUTDATED VERSION]
Initial version of r.slope.stability running on GRASS6. Factor of safety and slope failure probability for large areas, based on ellipsoid-shaped, truncated, or planar slip surfaces. Source code, installation scripts, and a manual.
Please cite this site and its content as: Mergili, M., 2014-2021. r.slope.stability - The slope stability model. r.slope.stability 2.0 Software. https://www.slopestability.org/software.php