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Start with the demo.bat/sh and modify the params to use your source You'll get two results, the gph and an sql. The sql lets you proceed with PostGIS,pgRouting,QGIS For deeper dives (native .gph) follow the Java-Example on the WebSite. Or use osm2po's simple REST-API which handles most common cases. It is documented on the site as well. The documentation ...


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This would be a two or three step process. First dissolve all lines into a single feature (do not indicate a dissolve field). Next, split lines at points using your station feature class as the point input. You may then need to perform a multipart to singlepart as a final step.


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This is comment, but comments box is too small. Are you able to make end points and delete spatial duplicates? The answer should be yes, because ArcGis has this tools. Are you able to assign nodes IDs to lines? Answer should be yes, there are multiple posts, e.g. Assign point IDs to respective start and end attributes of a polyline Thus your question ...


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The tool that does what you want is the Detect Feature Changes tool. I think it first became available at 10.2, and there is an enhanced version at 10.4 that evaluates the relative line directions as well as proximity and parallel segments. It worked well for me when I wanted to replace a portion of my network of roads with a more accurate set of lines, ...


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There must have been a bug in spatialite-gui for windows version 1.2.1. For example spatialite-gui version 1.8.0 creates virtual network table from your data and with the same selections just fine.


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You can connect to a postgresql database and use pgrouting with Qgis Here are the features offered : All Pairs Shortest Path, Johnson’s Algorithm All Pairs Shortest Path,Floyd-Warshall Algorithm Shortest Path A* Bi-directional Dijkstra Shortest Path Bi-directional A* Shortest Path Shortest Path Dijkstra Driving Distance K-Shortest Path, Multiple ...



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