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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Which tools and methods can be used to create isochrones?

I'd like to get an idea for what's involved in creating isochrones for a series of sites, with a reasonable degree of accuracy to the estimates. A general outline would be great, though my scenario ...
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How to emulate Google Maps driving directions using pgRouting?

Would like to emulate google maps' driving directions functionality but use pgRouting instead. google's data over the project area & scale is quite a bit off so we want to use our own transport ...
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Representation of network flows

This is a sample transportation network flow I've done a year ago based on 26 zones. For a project I'm working on now, I need to represent the flows over 1,000 zones with directionality. Any ...
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Transportation representation Standard on roads

Is there a GIS standard to display transportation specific information in GIS databases. The information I'm interested in are: Road Directionality Center turning lanes Ramps / Bridges / Over or ...
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Alternatives to pgRouting

I was wondering if there are any alternatives to pgRouting tools. Thinking about it for a bit, I think the only alternative is to use R or RPY to do the analysis. Basically I'm trying to solve ...