[OSRM-talk] Access to Drive Time algorithm
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Am 11.07.2014 um 23:49 schrieb Harvey Frey <hsfrey at verizon.net>:
> I'm writing a program to prevent gerrymandering by providing an objective clustering solution to the problem of redistricting voting districts.
> I'm programming on python or perl on Win7.
> I have latitude/longitude data for the centroids of apx. 3000 census tracts in my state (California).
> I could use easily those to get great circle distances between tracts, but that wouldn't take account of physical barriers, like mountains, rivers, etc.
> I would like to use osrm's drive time (or road distance) algorithm to give me a more relevant distance metric. Is there some way it could be callable from one of the programming languages I'm using. I understand that python can also link to C subroutines.
> Is there some way I could do that?
> Another question: Is anyone interested in helping on this public benefit project?
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