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The Origin-Destination Cost Matrix is the best workflow in Network Analyst for processing thousands of routes at once. It could easily generate a table with 250,000 rows describing the travel time between each unique pair of nodes. However, OD Cost matrix does not export the actual route geometry between each origin and destination, as stated in the Esri ...


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After a little editing i used this script and its working fine. Now i just have to do it for each ID and for each day :-) library(SDMTools) library(rgeos) library(maptools) library(lubridate) #points <- readShapePoints("C:/Users/mlra/Desktop/FunWithDistance/DummyBird.shp") points <- tellus_2012_2013 lon <- as.vector(points$long) lat <- ...


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It all depends on the level of accuracy that you need. A coarse approach would be the spherical law of cosines. This has issues with small distances - some say that it is around 1km, others say down to a few meters. A better approach would be the Haversine Formula. This works well, however, it doesn't take into account that the earth is not actually a ...



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