New version of AequilibraE

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I realize now that it has been well over a year since my last post, but I think I have a few good reasons: I moved to Australia (our hearts are still in the US, but we are living down under now) I completely re-factored AequilibraE, and it is now a much more robust and […]

The next step for AequilibraE: True multi-threading

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When AequilibraE was launched a couple of weeks ago, it was already clear that using multiple CPUs would be a requirement for it in the near future. For software developed in Python, however, parallel computing is always a challenge due to the existence of the GIL, which prevents a single instance of Python of using […]

Introducing AequilibraE for QGIS

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Back in January 2003 when I started my career in transportation planning as a intern at Logit, my main tools as far as software went were MS Excel and TransCad (sometimes Maptitude).  I would do all the modeling in Excel/VBA and use Transcad for assignment and visualization, and would always rely heavily on the visualization […]