Feature request #10266

transportation network management

Added by MRick - about 6 years ago. Updated almost 3 years ago.

Status:Open
Priority:Normal
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Easy fix?:No Copied to github as #:18698

Description

There was a QGIS plugin developed by a French company that allowed transportation networks management, but development as ceased and there was no update for 3 years. It will work only with QGIS 1.0 … But since it is open source, maybe the code could be useful? Plus it respects French transits norms of classifications.
https://github.com/Potimart/Potimart

Would it be possible to use this as a base to develop a plugin or a QGIS feature to be able to manage transportation networks from it?
I know there is a lot of demand from users to be able to manage transits directly from QGIS, a feature which unavailable actually.

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History

#1 Updated by Vincent chourmo about 6 years ago

I've started a github repo with some processing script for transit and traffic analysis.

https://github.com/chourmo/QGIS-Transit-tools

It still needs some documentation and i've some other scripts to upload. But It works with QGIS 2.2.

#2 Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 6 years ago

  • Category deleted (Python plugins)

Vincent chourmo wrote:

I've started a github repo with some processing script for transit and traffic analysis.

https://github.com/chourmo/QGIS-Transit-tools

It still needs some documentation and i've some other scripts to upload. But It works with QGIS 2.2.

adding your scripts to qgis/processing would be very good.

#3 Updated by MRick - about 6 years ago

Vincent chourmo wrote:

I've started a github repo with some processing script for transit and traffic analysis.

https://github.com/chourmo/QGIS-Transit-tools

It still needs some documentation and i've some other scripts to upload. But It works with QGIS 2.2.

How to access them? I installed them in ~/.qgis2/processing/scripts like written on the GitHub page but I will not find them in QGIS. There are not even displayed in the Toolbox…
I use the latest QGIS 2.2 on Mac OS X.

#4 Updated by Vincent chourmo about 6 years ago

When new scripts are copied in the script folder, you may have to restart qgis.

#5 Updated by MRick - about 6 years ago

Vincent chourmo wrote:

When new scripts are copied in the script folder, you may have to restart qgis.

Yes off course, like any other modified settings, but that doesn't answer my question ?

#6 Updated by MRick - about 6 years ago

Vincent chourmo wrote:

When new scripts are copied in the script folder, you may have to restart qgis.

So where to access them, they aren't listed… :(

#7 Updated by Vincent chourmo about 6 years ago

They are in user scripts : Scripts / Network and Scripts / User script

#8 Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 6 years ago

MRick - wrote:

Vincent chourmo wrote:

When new scripts are copied in the script folder, you may have to restart qgis.

So where to access them, they aren't listed… :(

they show as expected on Win and Linux

#9 Updated by MRick - about 6 years ago

Giovanni Manghi wrote:

MRick - wrote:

Vincent chourmo wrote:

When new scripts are copied in the script folder, you may have to restart qgis.

So where to access them, they aren't listed… :(

they show as expected on Win and Linux

So i got them working, but that's wasn't so easy to find how to do while the solution was finally really easy.

I check the file, it looked OK compared to the already installed ones.
I then moved all the files directly with the ones coming with the application, no success.
Then i edited one file and changed the group to another one existing, no success.
So i decided to remove spaces in the names because the installed one have no spaces but underscores, in case of of conflicting file name, no success.
Then i edited one file and copied the content and created a new script to test it and saved it. It worked and got displaying in the options list.
And then I tried to copy a file directly with the one just created and I got it displaying when relaunching QGIS.

So, it seams that under Mac OS, you first need to save a file to the scripts path with the correct group name to enable the others to be able to work. But i finally got them working.
Thank you.

#10 Updated by MRick - almost 6 years ago

Vincent chourmo wrote:

I've started a github repo with some processing script for transit and traffic analysis.

https://github.com/chourmo/QGIS-Transit-tools

It still needs some documentation and i've some other scripts to upload. But It works with QGIS 2.2.

There is a bug when running the scripts, it is the same one that happens with any of the scripts.

Algorithm Transit - make network starting...
coercing to Unicode: need string or buffer, QPyNullVariant found See log for more details

#11 Updated by Giovanni Manghi almost 6 years ago

There is a bug when running the scripts, it is the same one that happens with any of the scripts.

Algorithm Transit - make network starting...
coercing to Unicode: need string or buffer, QPyNullVariant found See log for more details

I cannot replicate this error running any of the QGIS-Transit-tools scripts. Anyway as this scripts are not (yet?) integrated in qgis issues should be reported in their tracker on github.

#12 Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 3 years ago

  • Easy fix? set to No

#13 Updated by Jürgen Fischer almost 3 years ago

  • Category set to Unknown

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