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Create maps using the Github Gist API as GeoJSON or TopoJSON, directly from PostGIS.

Project Description

Create maps using the Github Gist API as GeoJSON or TopoJSON, directly from PostGIS.

dev-branch

master

Objective

Create a command line utility similar to pgsql2shp, but the output of which should be a link to an anonymous private gist. The gist link should leverage Github’s rendering of GeoJSON/TopoJSON, e.g. render a map.

See issues for additional features to be implemented.

Current Usage / Caveats

Listed below is the –help usage information.:

POST GeoJSON or TopoJSON features from PostGIS to a Github Gist.

Example usage: pgsql2gist --host localhost --user matt tilestache \
               "SELECT name, ST_AsGeoJSON(geom) AS geometry FROM neighborhoods LIMIT 5;"

Current SELECT Statement Requirements:
 - Geometry must be in EPSG:4326 WGS84 coordinate system
 - Geometry must be wrapped in ST_AsGeoJSON(), ST_AsTopoJSON()

usage: pgsql2gist [-f FILE] [-d DESCRIPTION] [-h HOST] [-p PORT] [-P PASSWORD]
                  [-u USER] [-g GEOM_COL] [-t TOPOLOGY_LAYER] [-v] [-?]
                  database SELECT

positional arguments:
  database              PostGIS database name.
  SELECT                SELECT Statement. NOTE: Geometry must be WGS84;
                        wrapped in ST_AsGeoJSON() or AsTopoJSON().

optional arguments:
  -f FILE, --file FILE  Filename. NOTE: Must end in 'geojson' or 'topojson'
                        extension. (default: upload.geojson)
  -d DESCRIPTION, --description DESCRIPTION
                        Description of upload (default: File uploaded using
                        pgsql2gist.)
  -h HOST, --host HOST  PostGIS database hostname. (default: None)
  -p PORT, --port PORT  PostGIS database port. (default: 5432)
  -P PASSWORD, --password PASSWORD
                        PostGIS user password. (default: None)
  -u USER, --user USER  PostGIS database user. (default: postgres)
  -g GEOM_COL, --geom-col GEOM_COL
                        Geometry column name as defined in SELECT statement.
                        (default: geometry)
  -t TOPOLOGY_LAYER, --topology-layer TOPOLOGY_LAYER
                        For TopoJSON Queries; Name of Topology Layer (default:
                        None)
  -v, --verbose         Verbose output. (default: False)
  -?, --help

Thanks

The spiffy idea behind a db context manager comes from Migurski’s awesome TileStache map server. http://tilestache.org

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