kandi X-RAY | rtree Summary
kandi X-RAY | rtree Summary
RTree is a Python package with bindings for [libspatialindex] Wheels are available for most major platforms, and rtree with bundled libspatialindex can be installed via pip:.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Get the closest object to the given coordinates
- Get the nearest TP nearest to the given coordinates
- Get objects from the index
- Yield the ids of the ids of the results
- Create an index from the given stream
- Return a list of lists that are the same length
- Serialize a Python object
- Load a byte array from the page
- Load a byte array
- Get the bounds of the index
- Get bounds from a bounding box
- Returns the items contained in the index
- Determine if an object contains one or more objects
- Creates a polygon object
- Make a feature object
- Calculate the area of the area
- Get the object
- Load the spatial index
- Create layer definition
- Gets bounds from leaf_ids
- Finalize shared library options
- Store a byte array in the page
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Trending Discussions on rtree
I am currently using Geopandas, and I need to search for the k-nearest neigbour efficiently in a data frame. According to the documentation, the implementation of sindex depends on wether or not pygeos is available. Unfortunatly, this change the api for nearest method, which only supports k-nearest when using rtree implementation instead of pygeos.
Is there a way to force geopandas to bypass pygeos and use rtree instead?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 20:36
Yes. From docs:
You can still toggle the use of PyGEOS when it is available, by:
- Setting an environment variable (
USE_PYGEOS=0/1). Note this variable is only checked at first import of GeoPandas.
- Setting an option:
geopandas.options.use_pygeos = True/False. Note, although this variable can be set during an interactive session, it will only work if the GeoDataFrames you use are created (e.g. reading a file with
read_file) after changing this value.
I want to label a specific branch (e.g., "Group 1") on the tree, but I didn't found a specific function to do that. Any ideas?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-17 at 09:26
You're not actually using
ggtree to plot here. If you wish to draw your tree with
ggtree you could do something like this:
I am trying to build an app from a python file (Mac OS) using the py2app extension. I have a folder with the python file and the "setup.py" file.
- I first tested the app by running
python setup.py py2app -Ain the terminal and the dist and build folder are successfully created and the app works when launched.
- Now when I try to build it non-locally by running the command
python setup.py py2appin the terminal, there are various "WARNING: ImportERROR" messages while building and finally a
error: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/opt/anaconda3/lib/python3.8/site-packages/rtree/lib'error.
How can I fix this? I've tried to delete anaconda fully as I don't use it but it seems to still want to run through it. Additionally, I have tried to run the build command using a virtual environment but I end up having even more import errors.
*I Left out a lot of the "skipping" and "warning" lines using "..." for space
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-13 at 16:13
error: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/opt/anaconda3/lib/python3.8/site-packages/rtree/lib' was caused by py2app trying to build the program bundle using a non-existent interpreter. This means that even if you try to uninstall a manager like Anaconda, it still has option logs somewhere on your mac.
- Open the terminal and type the command
type -a python.
- You will see similar lines
I am trying to deploy my first web app on Heroku however I am getting a PyObjc error while pushing the code. I am doing this on a Mac Machine. This predictive application is developed using Flask. I do not know why this error is occurring as I do not have the PyObjc in my requirements.txt...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 21:42
applaunchservices appears to be Apple-only:
Simple package for registering an app with apple Launch Services to handle UTI and URL. See Apple documentations for details.
I suspect you don't need that, either. Did you create your
requirements.txt from a
pip freeze? There's likely a bunch of stuff in there you don't need.
I suggest you review that file and remove anything you aren't directly depending on.
pip will find transitive dependencies (dependencies your dependencies depend on) and install them automatically.
Prune that file, commit, and redeploy.
Problem: boost/geometry/geometries/point.hpp point template does not provide a way to construct an n-dimensional point type with non-zero values.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-30 at 22:11
You are right. The model::point class template doesn't afford direct/aggregate initialization and it's not possible to add that (
m_values is private e.g., but also there is optional access-tracking debug metadata that would get out of sync).
Note the class is documented
I am getting an error while importing my environment:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-03 at 09:22
Build tags in you environment.yml are quite strict requirements to satisfy and most often not needed. In your case, changing the yml file to
I'm trying to build the open-source software LMGC90 (https://git-xen.lmgc.univ-montp2.fr/lmgc90/lmgc90_user/-/wikis/compilation) and I have a trouble when I try to use the command >cmake. Details are below:
CMake Error: The following variables are used in this project, but they are set to NOTFOUND. Please set them or make sure they are set and tested correctly in the CMake files: PYTHON_LIBRARY
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-18 at 20:57
You must specify the path to the Python library as:
I would like to continue using Room, but I see no way to create an Entity that uses rtree. There is @FTS3 and @FTS4 annotations but nothing for RTree that I see. Is it possible to create an Entity using R-Tree?
I was attempting to do a migration with this code, but I still wouldn't have the Entity for Room......
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-16 at 10:20
I believe that currently it is not possible to use RTree's in Room.
To use RTree you would need an SQLite distribution that is compiled with the option -DSQLITE_ENABLE_RTREE=1.
Room is an abstract layer over the SQLite that is distributed with the Android device and, I believe, does not have RTree enabled (if it were then I would guess that @RTree annotation would then be available).
e.g. on API 31 if you try to use you get :-
I am trying to use geopandas library from an executable created using pyinstaller. But it is throwing an error about a dll file missing. I can run the script when executing as a python file, but not as an executable file.
This is the script I am using (named sample.py):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-17 at 13:37
You can add
--collect-binaries rtree to the pyinstaller command if
pyinstaller 4.3 or above.
spatial*.dlls are located inside the
I am looking for help building
pyembree from source with CMake for Windows. Further details for the history of this question are listed here on GitHub. Windows support for
pyembree on conda-forge was just removed, so any help that can be provided would be much appreciated!
OS: Windows 10 x64 Professional, Build 1909 Python: 3.8.10Steps
- Install Microsoft Visual C++ 14.X and Windows 10 SDK. These are required for building
(NOTE: The version of Microsoft Visual Studio is not the same as the version of Microsoft Visual C++. Visual Studio 2015, 2017, and 2019 all have MSVCv14X build tools. At the time of this writing, installing the Visual Studio 2019 Build Tools with
MSVCv142 - VS 2019 C++ x64/x86 build toolsand
Windows 10 SDK (10.0.18362.0)
components will suffice (select the
Desktop development with C++Workload if installing Visual Studio 2019).
- Install vcpkg in
C:\\vcpkgand add the path to your
System Environment Variables:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-01 at 17:24
CMake is actually not required. For complete instructions, please see my solution on Install
pyembree on Windows without Conda #468.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use rtree like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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