[OSRM-talk] external source
emil at tin.dk
Wed Jul 30 07:18:40 UTC 2014
Not directly i think, but if you have the osm data in postgis, then you can use the id to look up the geometry. This is how the example work.
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> Den 29/07/2014 kl. 22.01 skrev Michal Palenik <michal.palenik at freemap.sk>:
> is there any means to get which part of the way is considered? WKT or
> WKB or start-end point or any geometry description?
>> On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 08:36:40PM +0200, Emil Tin wrote:
>> Ways are split into segments before being processed by lua. And you can use way.osm_id from lua, see the example file.
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>>> Den 29/07/2014 kl. 15.21 skrev Michal Palenik <michal.palenik at freemap.sk>:
>>> I am trying to reproduce the famous dublin no pub routing
>>> which is fairly easy using postgis lua example
>>> that would penalize all osm ways with a pub nearby. but if the way is
>>> 5km long, only the area around the pub should be bad (not whole 5km).
>>> I assume osrm works in way:
>>> get data (way id is unique)
>>> lua profiles (way id still unique, each way id is processed just once)
>>> explode into proper node/edge architecture (way id not unique)
>>> running osrm daemon
>>> is it possible in the 'magic' step process each segment for some
>>> additional info (# of nearby pubs; elevation change; ..)? having way.id
>>> and WKT/WKB available for postgis queries would be awesome.
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