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Chicago Open Rideshare Dataset - Getting Started · Sam Blogs

tags: PostGIS, Leaflet, GIS
gdal-census-import

I was recently reading Steve Vance and John Greenfield’s article summarizing data from the City of Chicago’s publishing of anonymized ride hailing data, and decided to look into the dataset on my own. The data shows all trips on Uber, Lyft, and Via from 11/1/2018 through 12/31/2018, starting and/or ending in the City of Chicago. The data includes the below for each rideshare trip:

url: https://samc1213.github.io/2019/04/29/rideshare-dataset-getting-started/

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Paul Ramsey

tags: GIS, PostGIS
the clever elephant Paul Ramsey Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

url: http://blog.cleverelephant.ca/

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Reprojecting / snapping point-geometries onto a given line-geometry using PostGIS

tags: PostGIS, GIS
a line and several points

Imagine you have a line — a street for example — and point measurements taken while being on that street. Due to certain circumstances — e.g. GPS-coorrdinates are slightly inaccurate –, the coordinates of your measurements are not exactly on the street.

url: http://selectoid.wordpress.com/2009/02/13/reprojecting-snapping-point-geometries-onto-a-given-line-geometry-using-postgis/

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Selectoid's Weblog

A detail showing four stars we just created Hi, this is the blog of selectoid

url: http://selectoid.wordpress.com/

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