Can anyone help me explain this? I'm working on a navigation project and returning routes using both Dijkstra and A*. Both calculations use practically identical queries - except for the addition of the latitude and longitude paramet...
Hi guys and gals,
I'm working on a wee project trying to route between points of interest and parking spaces in a car park. My data is exported from OpenStreetMap, and I've relied a lot on the info from Craig Taverner and William Lyon in the Going Sp...
first time posting here... sorry if this is a repeat question, but I've searched without any luck so far
I've been battling for a while now trying to import an OSM file into a DB using neo4j-desktop.
The closes command I can see as bei...
I'm embarrassed to say, but I found the problem...
At some point when I was adding nodes to the graph, I somehow managed to swap the latitude and longitude values of certain nodes.
Because Dijkstra relies purely on the cost of the path and A* requir...
that's what I originally suspected, but I checked the relationships and everything seems to be undirected. Here's an example of a relationship for the area in question:
yes, you're right, that's not strictly what a Dijkstra ASP should do
It wasn't quite clear for me to start with how the nod projection should be used.
Speaking from my end-user side(my developer side is hitting me as I write this ) any ...
thanks for the tip. I tried the procure with the 1.6 Preview, but with the same results
What does work, although I'm assuming it's not entirely efficient is running asp on all nodes and Matching the required nodes based on their id afterw...
Ok, and now I think I have it.. Put the files in the right folder (..\relate-data\dbmss\dbmss-xxx\import)
and reference it with CALL spatial.importosm(".\import\map.osm")
That seems to have worked. I definitely imported something anyway