GHEAT JAVA [JAVA HEAT MAPS]
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Copyright (c) 2014 Varun Pant
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This is a Java port of gHeat
- This port was primarily inspired by GHeat-NET
- This is fast and a free heat mapping tool.
Source can be compiled using maven and there is a jetty web application included as well.
To run start App.java in heatmaps module and then open test.html
The application can use FileDataSource,or an in memory Quadtree datasource which needs a csv file with weight,latitude and longitude in it or a Postgis data source .
For Postgis data
Change the query to work with custom data ,notice the required aliases( latitude,longitude,geom and weight ).
SELECT ST_X(geom) as longitude,ST_Y(geom) as latitude, weight as weight from mySpatialTable where geom @ ST_MakeEnvelope(?,?,?,?,4326)" or change the source of gheat module for a better and more elegant solution
To run from command line,one can issue mvn clean install from JavaHeatMaps folder.
Then in App.java file,provide full path to res folder,eg:(ThemeManager.init("/full/path/to/res/folder")) and then type java -jar heatmaps-1.0.jar
Open test.html to see the heatmaps overlayed ;).
Here are some screen shots
I hope you find it useful.