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Set of tools to use openrouteservice (ORS) API’s as a plugin in QGIS (www.openrouteservice.org).
Note, this branch is backported from
master for QGIS v.2.x!
Use QGIS to generate input for routing, isochrones and matrix calculations powered by ORS, either via clicking coordinates in the map canvas or using point layers for batch operation.
From v2.x/3.x, the tool includes a
config.yml to set the basic config parameters for openrouteservice:
base_url: https://api.openrouteservice.org api_key: req_per_min: 40
api_key is updated dynamically from the UI. However, if you’re running a local ORS version, you want to change the
base_url. If your API key is eligible for higher rate limits than 40 req/min, you can also specify this here.
QGIS versin: min. v2.x
Either from QGIS plugin repository or manually:
The plugin has undergone a major refactoring while moving to QGIS v3. I’m still in the process of writing unit tests. However, if you’d like to contribute, feel free to fork and create PR’s.
This project is published under the MIT license, see LICENSE.md for details.
By using this plugin, you also agree to the terms and conditions of OpenRouteService, as outlined here.