Download GeoDa for Windows

The download will begin immediately after clicking on this link:


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 1.16

GeoDa 1.14

Alternative download links for users in China(中国):

GeoDa 1.12

GeoDa 1.10

GeoDa 1.8

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.