Splits and recombines shapefiles based on lat-long data.
conda install -c conda-forge gdal pip install reshaper
To split a state map based on a branch list, use:
reshaper state.shp branch.csv output.shp –id branchname –lat lat_col –lng lng_col
This takes 3 arguments:
state.shp: path to the original shapefile
branch.csv: path to the CSV file with points data. The output shapefile will have one shape per row of this file
output.shp: path to the output shapefile
branch.csv should have at least these 3 indicators:
–id branchname: indicates that the branchname column holds the branch identifier. The values in this column must be unique
–lat lat_col: the lat_col column holds the latitude in degrees
–lng lng_col: the lng_col column holds the longitude in degrees
The program splits and re-combines shapes based the following logic:
If a state does not have a branch, assign it fully to the nearest branch
If a state has only one branch, assign it fully to that branch
If a state has multiple branches, split it between the branches and assign each broken state to the respective branch
The output shapefile has an id column holding the –id value.
Change the “version” in setup.py to “x.x.x”, commit and tag:
git commit . -m”Describe features / bug fixes” git tag -a vx.x.x -m”one-line summary of release”
To [distribute](https://packaging.python.org/en/latest/distributing.html), run:
rm -rf build dist flake8 . python setup.py test python setup.py sdist bdist_wheel –universal twine upload dist/*
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