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calculate bins on spatial data

Project Description

Command line tool for adding data classes to geodata files.

Built on top of Fiona and Pysal mapclassify.

Install

Requires GDAL. Numpy and Pysal will be installed if not available.

pip install breaks

These are the breaks

Usage: breaks [OPTIONS] input data-field output

  Write a geodata file with bins based on a data field

Options:
  -m, --method METHOD     Binning method:
                          equal_interval
                          fisher_jenks
                          jenks_caspall
                          jenks_caspall_forced
                          jenks_caspall_sampled
                          max_p_classifier
                          maximum_breaks
                          natural_breaks
                          quantiles (default)
  -b, --bin-field FIELD   name of new field
  -n, --norm-field FIELD  Normalize (divide) bin-field by this name field
  -k COUNT                Number of bins (default: 5)
  -B, --bins TEXT         Comma-separated list of breaks (a series of upper-
                          bounds)
  -i, --id-field FIELD    If given, only write this field, bin-field, and
                          data-field (and norm-field, if given).
  --version               Show the version and exit.
  --help                  Show this message and exit.

Add quintile bins on ‘fieldname’:

breaks data.shp fieldname data_binned.shp

This writes a file called data_binned.shp which is a copy of data.shp, but with an additional bin field, which contains a number from 0 to 4 (it will contain NULL values for rows with missing data).

Add decile bins on ‘fieldname’:

breaks -k 10 data.shp fieldname data_binned.geojson

Add five Fisher-Jenks bins on ‘fieldname’:

breaks --method fisher_jenks data.json fieldname data_binned.json

Add decile bins on ‘fieldname’ to a field called ‘mybin’:

breaks --bin-field mybin data.geojson fieldname data_binned.geojson

Divide one field by another. If you have more complicated manipulations you would like to work, alter your data with ogr2ogr or another tool.

# Calculates bins for population / area
breaks data.geojson population data_binned.geojson --norm-field area

Add custom bins on ‘fieldname’:

breaks --bins 50,75,150,250,500 data.geojson fieldname data_binned.shp

(Give the upper-bounds as a comma-separated list.)

Only write an ID field and the data fields:

breaks --id-field GEOID data.shp field1 data_lookup.shp

License

Copyright 2016 Neil Freeman. Available under the GNU Public License.

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