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AccessMod 5

Summary

This is the main repository of AccessMod 5.

AccessMod 5 is a tool to analyze geographical accessibility to or from given locations, using anisotropic movements and multimodal transport processes (e.g. walk, bicycles, motorized vehicles). This package may help to analyze catchments of peoples who can reach a central point in a given time and transport model or determine where new public services should be scaled up in priority.

This product is developed by the Department of Health Systems Financing (WHO/HSS/HSF) in collaboration with the WHO Vulnerability and Risk Analysis & Mapping program (VRAM).

In Fig. 1, we can see an exemple of the cumulative time map produced with the module 2 of AccessMod 5, displayed here in a composition created with the map composer in QGIS.

Accessmod 5, module 2 : cumulative cost

Fig. 1 Example of cumulative time map computed with multimodal transportation scheme, anisotropic displacement for a sample region.

User manual

Download the latest version of the user manual here : accessmod.org

Installation

AccessMod5 generic virtual machine can be downloaded from accessmod.org

Code

AccessMod 5 has multiple parts:

If you want to produce a full working environment for AccessMod 5 without installing a virtual server, you can look at the dependencies in the provisioning file.

Issues

The bugs and new functionality request should be reported here : AccessMod 5 issues

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