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Assuming your ID's go from say 1 to 10, you can use the FOR Iterator to create an ID value that is used to select the origin, destination, barrier using the select by attribute tool. It is that selection that feeds into the rest of the model logic. You'll want to use the ID value to create unique route layers which you could merge into a single dataset if ...


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To perform this "manually" I suggest using a Definition Query on each of the 3 featureclasses. Use the unique ID of the "run" {i.e. the matching set of Source, Destination, and Barrier} as the definition query value so that only one "run" is displayed. Then perform the route calculation for this "run." Once you have ...


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To complete former answers on the "cumulative distance" part, I've seen a solution which is to calculate the distance of each leg in one column and then add another column with the subtotals. The answer comes from this thread: Add cumulative sum column to attribute table.


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You may also use the r5rpackage for rapid realistic routing on multimodal transport networks. Once you download the OpenStreetMap as a .pbf file to your computer. You can easily run routing analysis with just a few lines of code. See detailed intro vignette on how to use r5r here. library(r5r) # 1) build transport network, pointing to the path where OSM and ...


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