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Darren Rattai

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Hey all,

Does anyone have any experience with any open source software that can be used to develop high-level route planning? I know that this type of analysis is possible with software applications like ESRI's Spatial Analyst used in conjunction with model builder, but I don't have much experience with open sourced applications, and am wondering if there is software that can perform the same type of analysis?

If programming is necessary, it is not a big deal, I am simply looking for a good place to start.

Thanks,
Darren

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radek

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If you mean route planing as in [road/utility] network analysis then you might have a look at pgRouting project and gvSIG's netork extension..

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You might look at QGIS/GRASS and some of the QGIS extensions.
qgis.org and grass.osgeo.org/

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GRASS would be a first look ;)




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