An interconnected set of points and lines that represent possible routes from one location to another, OR in computing, a group of computers connected in order to share software, data, and peripheral devices, as in a local or wide area network.

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Infrastructure networks in GIS modelling

I am currently working on a GIS-based project which aims to model the interdependency of existing infrastructure networks, e.g. transport, oil, pipeline networks, etc. The network interdependency ...
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How to find the watershed area for each point in the river network using DEM?

Update#1: Thanks, Micha, I have followed your instruction and successfully use the modules in GRASS. I use r.watershed to get the basin raster and the drainage line: and I use r.water.outlet to get ...
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How to create routable network by pgrouting with assign_vertex_id?

I'm trying to create the routable network as per http://underdark.wordpress.com/2011/02/07/a-beginners-guide-to-pgrouting/and use assign_vertex_id. Do I still need to create the node table? How would ...
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Network distance computations using GRASS

I'm an ArcGIS user who's interested in learning to use GRASS. Can anyone point out resources that will help me in learning how to obtain network distances between (1) residential locations (points) ...
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Create closest point on multilinestring to use in shortest_path()

I am working a routing based application where I need to create a route between two points of interest. The problem which I am facing occurs after calculating network topology using ...
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How to assign node IDs to links in a network?

I have two shapefile layers in ArcGIS for Desktop 10. I have one line layer and node layer. My node layer(shp) has a "code_1" field and line layer has a "code_node" field. The intersection point ...
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How to make pgRouting understand bridges and tunnels?

I have I highway that runs on a bridge over a couple of blocks in a city. How do I get pgRouting to understand that cars can't move from the small blocks on the ground up to the highway on the bridge ...
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How to develop a fastest road website?

I need to develop a website to find the fastest road between two points (just like google map) What kind of technologies I need to use? What are the components of this project (database, website, ...
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Network Analyst does not take oneway street from attribute table

I want to build a network dataset to calculate travelling times for buses (service area). I have on shapefile with the streets from my home town, which has a column intitled 'ONEWAY', with values of ...
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Merge Multipart Feature Line

I'd try to merge multipart feature line, but didn't work. would you please teach me how to merge multipart feature line? I work in version environmental and geometry network. Regards,
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ArcGIS 10.1 Network Analysis- How do I get appropriate network dataset?

I have acquired London road dataset from the Open Street Map however after creating and building the network dataset in ArcCatalogue the solve tool could not return the routes because of errors no ...
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Creating routable network table in PostGIS

I am trying to create the routable network table, as per http://underdark.wordpress.com/2011/02/07/a-beginners-guide-to-pgrouting/. Everytime I do it in PostGIS extension, QGIS crashes. The area is no ...
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Error using Grass v.net

I'm trying to connect my network to a points layer with a threshold of 4500 meters. I have about 11000 or so entries in my polyline and about 24 in my points layer. I have alreday used v.distance, ...
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Retrieving XY from point graphics set in WPF network (arcgis 10.0)

I have a WPF application using ArcGIS 10. In the application I can set two point by clicking on map and calculate route between them. every time I click on the map, The application creates a ...
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Create a Minimum Spanning Tree based on a street network (ArcView)

I hope you can help me with my network analyse problem (ArcGIS 10.0 SP2 - ArcView License) Background: I try to create a network of fiber optic cables to specific points along a street network. ...
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How can I calculate driving distance between 2 lat/long points

I want to build a .NET application that can get an input of 2 lat/long points and return an output that specified the driving distance between the points. Appreciate suggestions for API's or methods ...
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Route to cover entire network

I have a road network where I have to cover every road for visual inspection. I need to design a route map for this task. What tools are available to a QGIS user? How would you describe the workflow ...
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Examples of evolving networks in GIS [closed]

I'm a master student working on networks analysis in general. A network is something that has nodes and there are links between the nodes. Nodes and links could have attributes. An evolving network is ...
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network based interpolation methods, which one could I use?

I need to interpolate traffic data consisting in raw number of vehicles passing across certain points, where counters are. It is evident I haven't a uniform distribution of points and values about ...
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QGIS 2.2 problem, loading layer into road graph

I have the road graph plugin installed, but when I try to configure it with the Settings dialogue, no layer names appear in the Layers field. I have tried various shapefiles, but the Settings dialogue ...
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What can I do in qgis to manage a WMS frequently unreachable?

In my project I have a layer linked to an external WMS server (provided by a local institution). The problem is that it is somewhat unreliable: it is down rather often. Is there something I can do to ...
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Network trace using attribute as a stop/barrier - ModelBuilder

I have two point datasets, one to be used as the flags(starting point) that i'll call dataset A and one as the barriers(stop point) that i'll call dataset B, in the trace(downstream) tool. In each of ...
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how to add polylines(routes from public transport) on postgresql(pgrouting) with GUI

After searching a several long time... i decide to ask here for help, im currently using ubuntu 12.04(because of compatibility) with postgresql 9.1, postgis2, pgrouting2 and qgis2.2 i need ...
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How does the tolerance influence QgsGraphBuilder and tieing of points?

I am developing a script which uses OpenStreetMap data to calculate the distance (over the road network) between each building and the nearest hospital. To do this, I mainly follow the official ...
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Traversing all possible road routes

I have created a topology from OSM data and would like to simulate a car driving every possible route along the map. The purpose is to "survey" the osm data as if in a car. My ultimate objective is to ...
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Drawing a road network: offsetting overlapping lines (directed graph)

Say I have a road network defined by a table, indicating, for each arc, its ID, and its head and tail node. In other words, my network is defined as a directed graph. For example, we have two points, ...
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Creating a point buffer along a road network [duplicate]

I have a road network and have added points indicating fire hall locations. How would i go about creating buffers on those points following the road line. The result am i looking for would create a ...
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Time attribute problems with Network Analyst

My network dataset is in a geographic coordinate system, and when I project into UTM to calculate Miles for a length field to use with my Speed Limits to create a time attribute it does not seem to ...
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SQL procedure(s) to convert GPS traces to an ordered set of junctions in a network

I have three datasets that I have loaded into a geodatabase (spatialite or PostGIS): A set of GPS points collected from individual trips through urban areas. Points have a unique point id, a group ...
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how to extract network of city routes from city blocks shape file?

I have a shapefile which contains urban blocks. So, I am going to extract network shapefile of city routes and calculate total length of network arcs. I am using arcgis 10 for this work. Is there any ...
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Deleting network features in python script doesn't create net junctions

I have a script that makes a copy of a network dataset for a 3rd party app to use. One of the junction feature classes causes problems with the app. The ideal solution would be to remove it from the ...
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ArcView: Trim polyline, that is shorter than specific dangle length (alternative to tool: Trim Line)?

I am looking for a way to trim dangles from a polyline shape, that are shorter than a specific length like the Trim Line Tool for ArcEditor and ArcInfo, but with ArcView-License. I already discover, ...
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Calculating walking routes along a network(ArcGIS)

I've created a network consisting of footpaths, dirt tracks and junctions. I would like to calculate a route using network analysis by giving ArcMap the time and walking speed that the route should ...
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Clipping without cutting features

I want to create a multimodal network dataset for the city of Montreal. I have roads and transit lines features for Quebec province (where Montreal is). Because I need the features limited to Montreal ...
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Map Matching? (Finding Nearest Roads…)

I am making Pedestrian Navigation System for my school I created node and arc and digitized buildings with ArcGIS. Then, exported KML to use Javascript Dijkstra's Algorithm to find route. So far, so ...
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Basic traffic volume map [duplicate]

I'm trying to map the volume of people traveling from various cities to popular mountain towns in British Columbia. I have a .csv containing the starting point, ending point and number of travelers. ...
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Stopping the automatic snap to locator in Arcgis 10.0 reverse geocode

I built a network application using arcgis 10.0 sdk for wpf. The application uses a locator of highway milestones to reverse geocode (and identify) the "flag" the user clicked on the map. My Problem ...
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how to set in arcgis network analysis that use every road segment max m times? [closed]

excuse me if my english ins't good. I have one incident and 120 facility. i wanna set criteria in Arcgis network analysis that if any road segment used for example m times, for other route doesn't use ...
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Open Network Dataset with ArcObjects SDK 10.0 .NET

I develop desktop standalone application and use this code to open Network Dataset, but it fails with HRESULT on datasetContainer3.get_DatasetByName(). public static ...
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Find directly joined neighbour points using a different line layer in QGIS

I have two layers of data: A set of points showing every significant point on the UK rail network (Network Rail Stanoxes). These are a mixture of stations, junctions, timing points and signals. An ...
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how to build a routeable network for pgRouting with srid 3785

I'm following the pgrouting-workshop http://workshop.pgrouting.org/chapters/topology.html and It works, but in my project I'm working with the mercator projection(srid 3785) and there is not a routed ...
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Adjacency matrix in GRASS

I have a line shapefile that I use as network. I connect a set of point to it using "v.net operation connect" command. . My questions are: (i) how can I get the list of neighbors for each ...
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What is the right methodology to assign costs to edges of a network?

I am producing a routing facility for cycling safety based on an OSM network. The edges of this network have costs and these are calculated from different criteria both related to intrinsic (as the ...
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Geoserver deploy over lan

I have set up geoserver on a mac mini running osx mavericks. i have my mac hooked up to my LAN and would like to start developing geographic web apps. I have a bunch of data sitting in my ...
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Adding additional nodes to network in Grass GIS

I have created a network in Grass GIS (using v.net, nodes option). I then want to "disrupt" the network (i.e., create some road blockages) and add in nodes to the new line ends where road blockages ...
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GRASS: Loss of data using v.net

I'm trying to build a network in GRASS in order to find the shortest path from any settlement out of 1120 (points), to one waste treatment facility out of 27 (points). I plan to use v.net.distance ...
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PostGIS Implementation of Brabyn and Skelly Road Network Travel Time Model

Is there a PostGIS implementation of the Brabyn and Skelly road network travel time model for the New Zealand road network? This model is outlined in: Brabyn L, Skelly C. Modeling population access ...
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Get attributes from intersecting lines to label generated intersection point

I have an urban road network (as a feature class), consisting of only polylines. I have to make a database of all the intersections between the streets. The problem is that as I generate those ...
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Overlapping lines, separate feature classes, get information out

I have a series of feature classes that represent trail systems with hiking times. They are straight lines between two known points. I generated these classes by interviewing various people on their ...
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Finding shortest cumulative route (i.e. best 'hub') between networked points

How do I find the shortest cumulative route (i.e. best 'hub') between networked points? I have a dataset where some but not all of the points in the network connect to each other, however it is ...