In the case of a disaster (natural or man made), a country is not only affected by the intensity of the disaster but also by it’s own vulnerability to it. Countries have different kind of opportunities to prepare for such … Read More
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Dear community, as you might know, we use the fantastic, famously modular Pelias geocoder. However, previously we didn’t have the time and resources to implement all features and datasets the engine has to offer. So, we decided to overhaul the entire service … Read More
In this Jupyter example, we’d like to showchase how to use the direction API and to avoid a number of construction sites while routing.
In this example, we’d like to showcase one way to go about finding an apartment based on data.
Great news for all R enthusiasts: we have developed a package to facilitate querying openrouteservice API from R. The latest version can be installed directly from GitHub with devtools::install_github(“GIScience/openrouteservice-r”). It’s really easy to get started. For example, finding a route … Read More
With effect from the next major version, the endpoints /geocoding and /places will be deprecated. The ETA is approx July 2018. But fear not, they shall be replaced by superior services. … Read More
Once again we are extremely excited to announce a new open source project we have been working on over the past few months. To honor the name, we have coined it openpoiservice and it has the simple task of finding … Read More
In this example we show you how to use a Jupyter Notebook with openrouteservice-py to optimize your pub crawl in Berlin!