Calculating isochrones and accessibility with r5r
Some of you might remember that few months ago we released r5r, an R package for rapid realistic routing on multimodal transport networks. I’m glad to share we have a new paper paper introducing and demonstrating the r5r package, published open-access on the Findings journal.
- Pereira, R. H. M., Saraiva, M., Herszenhut, D., Braga, C. K. V., & Conway, M. W. (2021). r5r: Rapid Realistic Routing on Multimodal Transport Networks with R5 in R. Findings, 21262. https://doi.org/10.32866/001c.21262
The paper talks about the routing algorithms behind
R5, and demonstrates how r5r can be easily used to estimate travel time matrices, isochrones and accessibility on multimodal transport networks 🚴♀️ 🚶♀️ 🚅 🚌 🚗 🚡 The paper includes an
.Rmarkdown file with
code to reproduce the study.
For a quick overview, you may also check the package vignettes:
- r5r: Rapid Realistic Routing on Multimodal Transport Networks with R5 in R
- r5r: Rapid Realistic Routing with R5 in R
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