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This is the follow up post to “An osm2po Quickstart” which covers loading the OSM network into PostGIS and using the result with pgRouting. After parsing the OSM file, e.g. C:\Users\Anita\temp\osm2po-4.2.30>java -jar osm2po-core-4.2.30-signed.jar prefix=at “C:\Users\Anita\Geodaten\OpenStreetMap Data\austria.osm.pbf” you should find a folder with the name of the prefix you chose inside the osm2po folder. It contains a …

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PgRouting is great. But (Yes, there is always a “but”.) those queries are not easy to remember. That’s why I started work on a pgRouting GUI today. It’s actually a QGIS plugin which I’ll call “pgRouting Layer” and it is based on Pablo T. Carreira’s “Fast SQL Layer” plugin which can execute arbitrary SQL statements …

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Please read the new instructions for pgRouting 2.0. The aim of this post is to describe the steps necessary to calculate routes with pgRouting. In the end, we’ll visualize the results in QGIS. This guide assumes that you have the following installed and running: Postgres with PostGIS and pgAdmin QGIS with PostGIS Manager and RT …

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pgRouting has become even more powerful: A DARP (Dial-a-Ride-Problem) solver is now available in the “darp branch” of the pgRouting repository. The Dial-a-Ride Problem (DARP) solver tries to minimize transportation cost while satisfying customer service level constraints (time windows violation, waiting and travelling times) and fleet constraints (number of cars and capacity, as well as …

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