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You can use the Symja - Java computer algebra and symbolic math library. In this github repository you can find some (older) symja_scala_examples how to call it from Scala


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You might want to look at the GeoTools Java library for those operations. Point in Polygon Buffer a line Generate GeoJSON


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From my experience, IntelliJ is the quickest way to get started. If you already use eclipse regularly and are comfortable with it, you could try it, but intelliJ works as soon as you install the scala plugin. I agree with your professor. Once you have a few source files an IDE really helps. But learning any IDE requires effort so allow a bit of time to ...


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Here's one that crossed my way, it's called Scala FTP. It's open source and available on GitHub. It does not look like it has support for SFTP but, at the time of this writing, you said in the title FTP/SFTP (FTP or SFTP). Note: This library hasn't been updated in two years. Scala FTP (open source) A small library for working with FTP in Scala object E {...


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