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 […]

Biogeme infrastructure

Posted Posted in Transportation planning

This is one more of those posts that I don’t actually believe I am making. A couple of months ago I was posed with the requirement of estimating a series of simple Multinomial Logit Models for a pretty exciting project at work, and I had to decide which tool I was going to use. Despite […]