Functionalities for Points in n-Dimensional Space
agine is a Python package which have functionalities related to points in an n-dimensional space (which is defined by its
x, y, ...z coordinates), or an actual position on the Earth (given by its
latitude, longitude). Considering two points (
say P, Q), apart from many other purposes, this library can also detect if the two have a clear line of sight or not.
agine has three main functionalities: (1) Calculation of Distances, using different metrics, which is defined under
commons, (2) Functions to Find the Nearest Neighbor and (3) Function to Find if two Geographic Point has a Line-of-Sight or not. All of this can be done using the following:
git clone https://github.com/ZenithClown/agine.git cd agine # as agine is currently not indexed in PyPi
pip install agine # Installing agine with pip import agine >> Setting up agine-Environment... >> Detected OS : "<os-name-with-version>" >> scikit-learn Options : "<is-scikit-learn-available>" >> "etc. which Defines the Core-Capability"
agine has a hard dependency of only
numpy so that some of its functionalities can be used somewhere else. For options (2) and (3) it has different requirements, which can be accessed using:
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