I have a dataset with latitude and longitude coordinates, and I would like to get actual addresses for those. Since I'm using Geopy and Nominatim, I am limited to 1 request per second.
Although the examples I have seen to find a way around this involve using time.sleep(1) method, geopy has a RateLimiter class specifically for those purposes.
The only issue is that it doesn't seem to work on reverse geocoding for me, it keeps saying that the RateLimiter doesn't have an attribute reverse.
Am I doing something wrong?
from geopy.geocoders import Nominatim from geopy.extra.rate_limiter import RateLimiter geolocator = Nominatim(user_agent="application") geocode = RateLimiter(geolocator, min_delay_seconds=1) location = geocode.reverse((50.6539239, -120.3385242), language='en', exactly_one=True) print location.raw AttributeError: 'RateLimiter' object has no attribute 'reverse'