Calling TransCAD from Excel

Posted Posted in Excel, TransCAD

One of these days my PhD advisor, Prof. Michael McNally asked me if I knew how to access TransCad  through another software, say MS Excel, and how difficult would that be. I told him that it was actually quite easy and could share some examples, but I also thought that it could also make a […]

Cube’s log file

Posted Posted in Cube, GIS, Python

I already posted some stuff about CSFFM, and I still have a couple more to post (many more after TRB papers are submitted) and this time I’ll talk a bit about the network editing procedure we went over. We started to develop our network based on the previous version on the passenger model (from which […]