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>go for a run
>its night time, its dark, the trail is not well lit
>round a bend
>there is a bike on the wrong side
>it has not light on
>the cyclist is not looking where he is going, he is craning his head around to look at something on his right
>bareky manage to avoid being hit by bike
>tell of cyclist that he has no light and is on the wrong side
>he yells abuse back at me
>I tell him to fuck off
>he begins cycling after me abusing him
>I repeat he has no light, its night and the area is poorly lit, that he is on the wrong side of the path
>he claims its not a road
>I point to the lane painted on the path, the arrows pointing in each direction and yell at him to fuck off
>he abuses me more
>and claims that he doesn't have a license plate and that laws don't apply to him
The fuck is wrong with you cyclists?
OSMnx: Python for Street Networks
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Hey /n/, thought you guys might be interested in this.
>OSMnx is a Python package for downloading administrative boundary shapes and street networks from OpenStreetMap. It allows you to easily construct, project, visualize, and analyze complex street networks in Python with NetworkX. You can get a city’s or neighborhood’s walking, driving, or biking network with a single line of Python code. Then you can simply visualize cul-de-sacs or one-way streets, plot shortest-path routes, or calculate stats like intersection density, average node connectivity, or betweenness centrality. You can download/cite the paper here.
>In a single line of code, OSMnx lets you download, construct, and visualize the street network for