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Merge CSV data into GeoJSON features, and more

Project Description

Merge CSV data into GeoJSON features!

Usage: geojoin [options] csv json

Merges data from a comma- (or tab-, pipe-, etc.) separated file into the
properties of GeoJSON (or TopoJSON) features by joining on a foreign key,
and prints the resulting feature collection to stdout.

Options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-f FK, --fk=FK The CSV column and GeoJSON feature property name on
which to join. This may either be a single string, or
a colon-separated pair denoting the CSV column name
and GeoJSON feature property name, respectively. The
default is "id".
-m MODE, --mode=MODE
-p PROPS, --props=PROPS
a comma-separated list of keys to merge or replace
--prefix=KEY_PREFIX The key prefix for merged or replaced keys
-P, --pretty Whether to pretty-print JSON (default: not pretty)
--inner Limit features to only those with values in the CSV
data.
-F FS, --field-separator=FS
The CSV file field separator, default: ,
-q FQ, --field-quote=FQ
The CSV file field quote character, default: "

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