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NAME

       spatialite_network - analysis/validation tool for topological networks

SYNOPSIS

       spatialite_network [-h] [-d pathname] [-T table_name] [-f col_name] [-t col_name] [-g
                          col_name] [-c col_name] [--a-star-supported | --a-star-excluded] [-n
                          col_name] [--bidirectional | --unidirectional [--oneway-tofrom
                          col_name] [--oneway-fromto col_name] ] [-o table_name] [--overwrite-
                          output]

DESCRIPTION

       spatialite_network is an analysis / validation tool for topological networks

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              show help message

       -d pathname, --db-path pathname
              the SpatiaLite db path

       -T table_name, --table table_name
              the db table to be validated

       -f col_name, --from-column col_name
              the column for FromNode

       -t col_name, --to-column col_name
              the column for ToNode

       -g col_name, --geometry-column col_name
              the column for Geometry

       -c col_name, --cost-column col_name
              the column for Cost

              if omitted, GLength(g) will be used by default

       --a-star-supported
              support the A* algorithm (default)

       --a-star-excluded
              no support for the A* algorithm

       -n col_name, --name-column col_name
              the column for RoadName

       --bidirectional
              assume bidirectional arcs (default)

       --unidirectional
              don't assume bidirectional arcs

              if  *bidirectional* each arc connecting FromNode to ToNode is implicitly connecting
              ToNode to FromNode as well; in this case  you  can  select  the  following  further
              options: --oneway-tofrom & --oneway-fromto

       --oneway-tofrom col_name
              OneWay To->From column name

       --oneway-fromto col_name
              OneWay From->To column name

              both  columns  are  expected  to contain BOOLEAN values [1-0]; 1 means that the arc
              connection in  the  given  direction  is  valid,  otherwise  0  means  a  forbidden
              connection

       -o table_name, --output-table table_name
              create a permanent NETWORK-DATA table

       --overwrite-output
              drop and recreate table_name if it exists

                                         14 January 2019                    spatialite_network(1)