Software is a requirement for much of the scientific inquiry done in the 21st century. It's certainly a major part of what we do at the lab. We program mostly in the Python language (with some C sprinkled in the middle). All of our software are open-source and community developed (including many contributors from outside of the lab).
A collection of Python tools for geophysics. The Fatiando tools are the heart of most of our research and teaching efforts.
A collection of command-line programs for modeling the gravitational potential, acceleration, and gradient tensor. Tesseroids supports models and computation grids in Cartesian and spherical coordinates.
A Python mapping library based on the Generic Mapping Tools (GMT).