momepy.CellAlignment#

class momepy.CellAlignment(left, right, left_orientations, right_orientations, left_unique_id, right_unique_id)[source]#

Calculate the difference between cell orientation and the orientation of object.

\[\left|{\textit{building orientation} - \textit{cell orientation}}\right|\]
Parameters
leftGeoDataFrame

A GeoDataFrame containing objects to analyse.

rightGeoDataFrame

A GeoDataFrame containing tessellation cells (or relevant spatial units).

left_orientationsstr, list, np.array, pd.Series

The name of the left dataframe column, np.array, or pd.Series` where object orientation values are stored. This can be calculated using momepy.Orientation.

right_orientationsstr, list, np.array, pd.Series

The name of the right dataframe column, np.array, or pd.Series where object orientation values are stored. This can be calculated using momepy.Orientation.

left_unique_idstr

The name of the left dataframe column with a unique ID shared between the left and right GeoDataFrame objects.

right_unique_idstr

The name of the right dataframe column with a unique ID shared between the left and right GeoDataFrame objects.

Examples

>>> buildings_df['cell_alignment'] = momepy.CellAlignment(buildings_df,
...                                                       tessellation_df,
...                                                       'bl_orient',
...                                                       'tes_orient',
...                                                       'uID',
...                                                       'uID').series
>>> buildings_df['cell_alignment'][0]
0.8795123936951939
Attributes
seriesSeries

A Series containing resulting values.

leftGeoDataFrame

The original left GeoDataFrame.

rightGeoDataFrame

The original right GeoDataFrame.

left_orientationsSeries

A Series containing used left orientations.

right_orientationsSeries

A Series containing used right orientations.

left_unique_idSeries

A Series containing used left ID.

right_unique_idSeries

A Series containing used right ID.

__init__(left, right, left_orientations, right_orientations, left_unique_id, right_unique_id)[source]#

Methods

__init__(left, right, left_orientations, ...)