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I spoke with CartoDB Support. Quickly and easily connecting to an external data source via the CartoDB dashboard is an "external connector" issue, and they only have external connectors set up for a small number of services (e.g. Google, Dropbox, Box, Twitter, etc). As of right now (June 2016) they do not have external connectors for the Kobotoolbox API ...


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i try this to fix the input and output but not work import saga_api, sys, os ########################################## def Call_SAGA_Module(fDEM,slope,aspect): # pass your input file(s) here fDEM='C:\Python27\test\srtm_41_04.tif' slope='C:\Python27\test\slope.tif' aspect='C:\Python27\test\aspect.tif' # -------------------------...


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This worked for me from A note on configuring your IDE on Windows and tere is available information for Eclipse and Pydev, I just like using Pyscripter If you used the OSGeo4W Installer, you can find this under the bin folder of your OSGeo4W install. Look for something like C:\OSGeo4W\bin\qgis-unstable.bat. For using Pyscripter IDE, here’s what you have ...


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Maybe you want to take a look on Mapzen Who's On First gazeteer project. Not sure if that's what you want but looks like the closest thing to GeoPlanet out there.


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Unfortunately, what you're looking for doesn't exist yet. CartoDB does not provide any Datasets/Visualizations API to interact programatically with your Datasets (create, delete, change privacy, edit metadata) or Maps inside the CartoDB application. As you might now already you can use the SQL API to create tables and make them appear in your CartoDB app ...


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A bit late but there is another candidate. The Routing API of the GraphHopper Directions API has an optimize=true parameter and supports several dozens of locations (dependent on the purchased package). And with the Route Optimization API you can solve a lot more complex problems with time windows, capacity restrictions, multiple vehicles etc Disclaimer: I'...



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