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NOTE: polipoly is deprecated and no longer maintained. Due to the wide availability of better tools like GEOS <http://trac.osgeo.org/geos/> and GeoDjango <http://geodjango.org> it is no longer in use nor will it see any further development. ~~~~~~~~~~ old readme ~~~~~~~~~~ polipoly - Python library for dealing with political boundaries. Enables programatic conversion of latitudes/longitudes to political districts. http://polipoly.googlecode.com/ polipoly is a project of Sunlight Labs (C) 2007-2008 see LICENSE.txt for details Files Included ============== polipoly.py - The polipoly library examples/address_to_district.py - Implementation of a webservice for an address to district webservice. This is based on the code that runs http://api.sunlightlabs.com/places.getDistrictFromAddress examples/csvtest.py - Example of batch processing addresses from a csv file. Requirements ============ python >= 2.4 pyShapeLib 0.3 (see http://code.google.com/p/polipoly/wiki/ShapeLib) Installation ============ To install run python setup.py install which will install the bindings into python's site-packages directory. Documentation ============= For documentation view the source itself and the examples included in the examples/ subdirectory.
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