Allowing AequilibraE’s users maximum convenience without driving myself crazy

Posted Posted in AequilibraE, GIS, Python, Transportation planning

Like most minimally experienced transportation modellers and planners, I have used multiple modelling software in professional and academic life, but I could not properly appreciate the differences between some of the different software implementations until I became myself a “developer” with AequilibraE. One of these differences is how to define and number centroids and general […]

AequilibraE’s minor releases

Posted Posted in AequilibraE, GIS

Just as I wrote in my last post, I continue to work on a major new release for AequilibraE, which will bring brand new matrix and tabular data formats, multi-class assignment (for traffic and Delaunay Lines).  While chipping away on that task, I have been busy fixing bugs reported on Github (6 in the last […]

An update on AequilibraE

Posted Posted in AequilibraE, GIS, Python

A few of my readers have noticed my absence on this blog and the seemingly slow development of AequilibraE, so I decided to share what is going on and what the plans are for the next 6 months. The current version of AequilibraE (0.3.5.x) is the most powerful and robust version of AequilibraE yet, with […]

AequilibraE’s new release

Posted Posted in AequilibraE, Uncategorized

It has been quite a while since I last released a version of AequilibraE, but a new one just hit the QGIS repository. The long time between releases was initially due to an attempt to include select link analysis in the assignment, but a LOT happened in the meantime, and although this version still does […]

Scenario comparison

Posted Posted in AequilibraE, GIS

Just like it happened for the stacked bandwidth tool, I got a “ feature request” from colleagues at work for a scenario comparison tool, much in the style available in every single commercial software available out there. However, as QGIS allows for the creation of stacked bandwidths, it was natural to create something a little […]

Stacked bandwidths

Posted Posted in AequilibraE, GIS

Since everybody in my office knows that I develop AequilibraE, every once in awhile somebody will ask me if I plan to implement a particular feature (most of which sound more like a mix of wishful thinking and feature request, of course). This dynamic has two nice components. The first one is that some pretty […]

AequilibraE Linux support and desire lines

Posted Posted in AequilibraE, GIS

The last few weeks have been quite busy for me, with a quick trip to the US, a short and sweet conference in New Zealand and the costumary TRB paper reviewing and committee business coordination. However, I got to finish two new features of AequilibraE. Desire lines (including the Delaunay lines I proposed about two […]

New version of AequilibraE

Posted Posted in AequilibraE, GIS, Python

I realize now that it has been well over a year since my last post, but I think I have a few good reasons: I moved to Australia (our hearts are still in the US, but we are living down under now) I completely re-factored AequilibraE, and it is now a much more robust and […]