AequilibraE is the first comprehensive Python package for transportation modeling, and it aims to provide all the resources not easily available from other open-source packages in the Python (NumPy, really) ecosystem.
If you are looking for the documentation for AequilibraE for QGIS, you can see it on its own webpage aequilibrae for QGIS 3
Skip the blah-blah-blah and go straight to the point: Workflows
or to Getting Started if you are new to Python or are having trouble with Spatialite
4 Note to users¶
AequilibraE is developed by a small but dedicated team of professionals without any funding or profit from this work, so if your organization is making use of AequilibraE, please consider funding some of the new developments or maintenance of the project.
We appreciate if you do not send questions directly to the developers, but there are two alternatives for support:
Posting your question to StackOverflow
Joining the AequilibraE Google Group and sending your question there.
Aequilibrae does not have paid support but if you are looking to hire its developers for specific projects or to fund AequilibraE’s development, please e-mail the developers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5 Version history¶
AequilibraE has been evolving quite fast, so we recommend you upgrading to a newer version as soon as you can. In the meantime, you can find the documentation for all versions since 0.5.3.
This documentation correspond to software version:
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