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 […]

QGIS plugin for computing raster statistics

Posted Posted in GIS, Python

I have been working with Raster files for a while (mainly CropsCape data), but I have migrated from GRASS GIS to Python a while ago and have not since looked back. Tools like Rasterio have made life much easier for Python programmers, but it is still hard for those who are not programmers to do […]

Introducing AequilibraE for QGIS

Posted Posted in AequilibraE, GIS, Python

Back in January 2003 when I started my career in transportation planning as an intern at Logit, my main tools as far as software went were MS Excel and TransCad (sometimes Maptitude).  I would do all the modeling in Excel/VBA and use Transcad for assignment and visualization, and would always rely heavily on the visualization […]

Calling TransCAD from Excel

Posted 3 CommentsPosted in Excel, TransCAD

One of these days my Ph.D. advisor, Prof. Michael McNally asked me if I knew how to access TransCad through another software, say MS Excel, and how difficult it would that be. I told him that it was actually quite easy and could share some examples, but I also thought that it could also make […]