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Lightweight Node.js isochrone map server
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Galton




Lightweight Node.js isochrone server. Build isochrones using OSRM, Turf and concaveman.

Francis Galton is the author of the first known isochrone map.

Installation

Galton requires Node v8.

npm install -g galton

...or build from source

git clone https://github.com/urbica/galton.git
cd galton
npm install

Usage

Usage: galton [filename] [options]

where [filename] is path to OSRM data and [options] is any of:
  --radius - distance to draw the buffer (default: 6)
  --cellSize - the distance across each cell (default: 0.2)
  --concavity - concaveman relative measure of concavity (default: 2)
  --deintersect - whether or not to deintersect the final isochrones (default: true)
  --intervals - isochrones intervals in minutes (default: 10 20 30)
  --lengthThreshold - concaveman length threshold (default: 0)
  --pid - save PID to file
  --port - port to run on (default: 4000)
  --sharedMemory - use shared memory (default: false)
  --socket - use Unix socket instead of port
  --units - either `kilometers` or `miles` (default: kilometers)
  --version - returns running version then exits
galton berlin-latest.osrm

Open examples/index.html?access_token=<token>

Example

cd galton
wget http://download.geofabrik.de/europe/germany/berlin-latest.osm.pbf
./node_modules/osrm/lib/binding/osrm-extract -p ./node_modules/osrm/profiles/car.lua berlin-latest.osm.pbf
./node_modules/osrm/lib/binding/osrm-contract berlin-latest.osrm
npm start berlin-latest.osrm

Build isochrones from point

curl http://localhost:4000 --get --data 'lng=13.38792&lat=52.51704'

Build isochrones for 10, 20 and 30 minute intervals

curl http://localhost:4000 --get --data 'lng=13.38792&lat=52.51704&intervals=10&intervals=20&&intervals=30'

See the example, API and test/index.js for more info.

Using with Docker

docker run -p 4000:4000 urbica/galton <OSRM>

Where OSRM is a path to OSRM graph.

Examples:

This will download geofabrik extract, extract and build OSRM graph using official OSRM Docker image, and run galton on that graph.

wget http://download.geofabrik.de/europe/germany/berlin-latest.osm.pbf
docker run -t -v $(pwd):/data osrm/osrm-backend:v5.17.2 osrm-extract -p /opt/car.lua /data/berlin-latest.osm.pbf
docker run -t -v $(pwd):/data osrm/osrm-backend:v5.17.2 osrm-contract /data/berlin-latest.osrm
docker run -t -i -p 4000:4000 -v $(pwd):/data urbica/galton:v5.17.2 galton /data/berlin-latest.osrm
curl http://localhost:4000 --get --data 'lng=13.38792&lat=52.51704'

Running tests

make test
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