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I'm a software developer, focused on GIS. PostGIS and GDAL committer. I'd love to add 'where' to people's lives.


Dec
17
comment min function not found compiling osrm
I finally compiled OSRM in a Mac OS X machine. So, I didn't continue with this way. But I think DennisL found the problem. It makes sense.
Dec
2
answered Is there any working example for pgr_trsp ?
Dec
1
comment What PostGIS [topology] provided tools may be used for data quality assurance?
Oh, thanks for that. Much better title now.
Dec
1
asked What PostGIS [topology] provided tools may be used for data quality assurance?
Dec
1
comment Doubts about how pgRouting topology is built and how flexible it is
Yes, probably. But I think I have a better idea now, after reading the documentation and make a few tests. It seems that there's no automatic way of doing this. It's a question about how you define your data.
Nov
30
comment Is there an open source directions webclient for pgRouting like the directions API from Google?
Happy to hear that. I hope you can use it.
Nov
30
revised Doubts about how pgRouting topology is built and how flexible it is
Added a link that clarifies one of my doubts. The rest are responded,
Nov
30
accepted Doubts about how pgRouting topology is built and how flexible it is
Nov
30
comment Doubts about how pgRouting topology is built and how flexible it is
About the different level intersections, I think it's explained here: goo.gl/ojGmuH
Nov
30
comment Doubts about how pgRouting topology is built and how flexible it is
Ok, many thanks. I just have one doubt, about the different level intersection: You say "you'll have to make sure that there are no nodes within the specified tolerance". But the point is I start with just a few lines, and I want pgr_createTopology that do the job, and create the necessary vertices to connect my network. I don't know anything about nodes. I just want to specify in some way: "Ey, do you see that point where those 2 lines cross? That's not an intersection. They're at different height. Please, don't create a node there". But I think the response is here goo.gl/ojGmuH
Nov
30
comment Doubts about how pgRouting topology is built and how flexible it is
Thanks for your responses. I just keep a doubt. About 1 and 2, my point is that I just start with a bunch of lines in my table. One per row. I guess pgr_createTopology works creating a node per each intersection between lines. So, it decides where the nodes are. And if I want to represent that two lines intersect at a different level, it shouldn't create a node at that point, because there's no real intersection (example: a bridge over a motorway). I don't think it can do it.
Nov
30
comment Doubts about how pgRouting topology is built and how flexible it is
You're right. I've already changed, keeping the original questions at the end.
Nov
30
revised Doubts about how pgRouting topology is built and how flexible it is
My 6 original questions have been summarized in a general one about topology. Title changed too.
Nov
29
asked Doubts about how pgRouting topology is built and how flexible it is
Nov
29
answered Is there an open source directions webclient for pgRouting like the directions API from Google?
Nov
27
comment min function not found compiling osrm
I've installed boost 1.49 and later boost 1.55, but looks that boost 1.49 is first detected. And I didn't pass any argument to CMake
Nov
27
comment min function not found compiling osrm
That change caused a lot of "undefined reference to boost..." errors. I guess boost is not properly found (strange, because I ran a simple C++ code to show boost version and worked). Anyway, changing the sources in order to compile sounds odd for me. Thanks anyway.
Nov
27
asked min function not found compiling osrm
Nov
25
comment How to export raster from PostGIS enabled DB as GTiff with gdal_translate
Ok. So, you stick with ogr2ogr. If you installed GDAL properly (and looks that you did, because PostGIS found it), ogr2ogr is installed. Probably at /usr/local/bin. Check if that path is added to your system's path. And ensure where ogr2ogr is with: sudo find / -name ogr2ogr
Nov
25
comment How to export raster from PostGIS enabled DB as GTiff with gdal_translate
You don't need FWTools to use ogr2ogr if you compiled GDAL. It's included. You may need to add the path where the new GDAL installed the binaries (gdalinfo, gdal_translate, ogr2ogr...) to system path, if your problem is those commands are not found. About pgsql2shp, is not related with GDAL, and as long as I know, it's not packed with FWTools. It's a PostGIS tool. Which version of PostGIS are you using?