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How to optimise and speed up Python code? [closed]

Again my lines of surface runoff... I made a script, solving the issue when lines cross other lines. Something like generalization. Like on the picture below. The problem is that I have to solve 30 ...
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I could use some help with a bit of code optimization

See edit below. I posted here a couple weeks ago looking for some advice on the best way to iterate through data. You can find that post here. I have since done some tweaking to the code, and ...
4
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1answer
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geodjango slowness and debugging

I'm using geodjango + postgres to display polygons from tigerline on a map. Pretty simple stuff so far. My issue is that when I use the GPolygon object: django.contrib.gis.maps.google.GPolygon there ...
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1answer
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Optimize GEOSGeometry's spatial operations by avoiding thread-safety checks

A ranking algorithm I'm developing for a Django webapp requires performing spatial operations (within, intersections, sym_difference, etc.) using a query against large number of geometry objects. ...
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4answers
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Best way to find the polygons crossed by a line

I'm trying to find all the polygons crossed by a single line (a GPS track). I'm using the OGR library (from python) for computing this, but it's currently a bit 'brute-force' (and slow). For every ...