Pure Python geodesy tools
A pure Python implementation of geodesy tools for various ellipsoidal and spherical earth models using precision trigonometric, vector-based and approximate methods for geodetic (lat-/longitude) and geocentric cartesian (x/y/z) coordinates.
Also included are modules for conversions to and from UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) and Web Mercator (Pseudo-Mercator) coordinates, MGRS (NATO Military Grid Reference System) and OSGR (British Ordinance Survery Grid Reference) grid references and a module for encoding and decoding Geohashes.
Two other modules provide Lambert conformal conic projections and positions (from John P. Snyder, Map Projections – A Working Manual, 1987, pp 107-109) and several functions to simplify or linearize a path of LatLon points (or a NumPy array), including implementations of the Ramer-Douglas-Peucker, the Visvalingam-Whyatt and the Reumann-Witkam algorithms and modified versions of the former.
All Python source code has been statically checked with PyChecker, PyFlakes, PyCodeStyle (formerly Pep8) and McCabe using Python 2.7.15 and with Flake8 on Python 3.7.0, both in 64-bit on macOS 10.13.5 High Sierra.
The tests have been run in 64-bit with PyPy-Python 2.7.13, Python 2.7.15 (with geographiclib 1.49 and numpy 1.14.0), Intel-Python 3.5.3 (and numpy 1.11.3) and Python 3.7.0, all on macOS 10.13.5 High Sierra and with Pythonista 3.2 Python 2.7.12 and 3.6.1 (both with numpy 1.8.0) on iOS 11.4.
Previously, the tests were run with 64-bit Python 2.6.9 (and numpy 1.6.2), 2.7.10 (and numpy 1.8.0rc1), 2.7.13, 2.7.14 (and numpy 1.13.1), 3.5.3, 3.6.2, 3.6.3, 3.6.4, 3.6.5 on MacOS X 10.10 Yosemite, MacOS X 10.11 El Capitan, macOS 10.12 Sierra and/or macOS 10.13.4 High Sierra, with Pythonista 3.1 on iOS 10.3.3, 11.0.3, 11.1.2 and 11.3, with 32-bit Python 2.6.6 on Windows XP SP3, with 32-bit Python 2.7.14 on Window 10 Pro and with 64-bit Python 3.7.0 on Debian GNU/Linux 9.
In addition to the PyGeodesy package, the distribution files contain the tests, the test results and the complete documentation generated by Epydoc using command line: epydoc --html --no-private --no-source --name=PyGeodesy --url=... -v pygeodesy.
To install PyGeodesy, type pip install PyGeodesy or easy_install PyGeodesy in a terminal or command window. Alternatively, download PyGeodesy- from PyPI or GitHub, unzip the downloaded file, cd to directory PyGeodesy- and type python setup.py install. To run all PyGeodesy tests, type python setup.py test before installation.
Last updated: July 17, 2018.
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