2021-09-27, 14:00–18:00, Berta Cáceres
The workshop will cover basic functions based on the Dijkstra Algorithm to get a route.
Route's costs can be in distance units, in time units in money units.
Get some basic knowledge of what the back-end functions on the database should look like and create a small front end to use with the back-end functionality.
We will use the FOSS4G Argentina area with OSGeoLive 14.
The topics that we will cover:
- Installation of OSGeoLive
- Prepare data
- pgRouting algorithms
- Advanced routing queries
- Writing an SQL stored procedure
- Writing a pgsql-sql stored procedure
- Using QGIS
Rajat Shinde (1), Vicky Vergara (2),
(1) Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India (2) Georepublic, México
2 - Basic. General basic knowledge is required.Requirements for the Attendees –
Review the following
SQL from PosgreSQL:
pgRouting on OSGeoLive:
Please keep handy a link to the pgRouting complete documentation
Started participating in pgRouting as a translator in 2013, becoming the main developer in 2015 and also on the same year I officially became a member of the OSGeo community as a Charter Member.
(Ph.D Student, IIT Bombay)
(Charter Member, OSGeo)
(Ardent follower of open source geospatial, FOSS4G)
(Always Student, Sometimes Mentor)