cityseer.metrics.layers

assign_gdf_to_network

assign_gdf_to_network(
data_gdf,
network_structure,
max_netw_assign_dist,
data_id_col)

Assign a GeoDataFrame to a structures.NetworkStructure. A NetworkStructure provides the backbone for the calculation of land-use and statistical aggregations over the network. Data points will be assigned to the two closest network nodes — one in either direction — based on the closest adjacent street edge. This facilitates a dynamic spatial aggregation strategy which will select the shortest distance to a data point relative to either direction of approach.

Parameters

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

A GeoDataFrame representing data points. The coordinates of data points should correspond as precisely as possible to the location of the feature in space; or, in the case of buildings, should ideally correspond to the location of the building entrance.

network_structure
structures.NetworkStructure
max_netw_assign_dist
int

The maximum distance to consider when assigning respective data points to the nearest adjacent network nodes.

data_id_col
str

An optional column name for data point keys. This is used for deduplicating points representing a shared source of information. For example, where a single greenspace is represented by many entrances as datapoints, only the nearest entrance (from a respective location) will be considered (during aggregations) when the points share a datapoint identifier.

Returns

data_map
structures.DataMap

A structures.DataMap instance.

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input data_gdf is returned with two additional columns: nearest_assigned and next_neareset_assign.

Notes

The max_assign_dist parameter should not be set overly low. The max_assign_dist parameter sets a crow-flies distance limit on how far the algorithm will search in its attempts to encircle the data point. If the max_assign_dist is too small, then the algorithm is potentially hampered from finding a starting node; or, if a node is found, may have to terminate exploration prematurely because it can’t travel sufficiently far from the data point to explore the surrounding network. If too many data points are not being successfully assigned to the correct street edges, then this distance should be increased. Conversely, if most of the data points are satisfactorily assigned, then it may be possible to decrease this threshold. A distance of around 400m may provide a good starting point.

The precision of assignment improves on decomposed networks (see graphs.nx_decompose), which offers the additional benefit of a more granular representation of variations of metrics along street-fronts.

Example assignment of data to a network Example assignment on a non-decomposed graph.

Example assignment of data to a network Assignment of data to network nodes becomes more contextually precise on decomposed graphs.

compute_landuses

compute_landuses()

Please use the compute_accessibilities or compute_mixed_uses functions instead.

compute_accessibilities

compute_accessibilities(
data_gdf,
landuse_column_label,
accessibility_keys,
nodes_gdf,
network_structure,
max_netw_assign_dist=400,
distances,
betas,
data_id_col,
spatial_tolerance=0,
jitter_scale=0.0,
angular=False)

Compute land-use accessibilities for the specified land-use classification keys. See compute_landuses for additional information.

Parameters

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

A GeoDataFrame representing data points. The coordinates of data points should correspond as precisely as possible to the location of the feature in space; or, in the case of buildings, should ideally correspond to the location of the building entrance.

landuse_column_label
str

The column label from which to take landuse categories, e.g. a column labelled “landuse_categories” might contain “shop”, “pub”, “school”, etc., landuse categories.

accessibility_keys
tuple[str]

Land-use keys for which to compute accessibilities. The keys should be selected from the same land-use schema used for the landuse_labels parameter, e.g. “retail”. The calculations will be performed in both weighted and non_weighted variants.

nodes_gdf
None

A GeoDataFrame representing nodes. Best generated with the graphs.network_structure_from_nx function. The outputs of calculations will be written to this GeoDataFrame, which is then returned from the function.

network_structure
None
max_netw_assign_dist
int

The maximum distance to consider when assigning respective data points to the nearest adjacent network nodes.

distances
list[int] | tuple[int]

Distances corresponding to the local dmaxd_{max} thresholds to be used for calculations. The β\beta parameters (for distance-weighted metrics) will be determined implicitly. If the distances parameter is not provided, then the beta parameter must be provided instead.

betas
float | ndarray[float]

A β\beta, or array of β\beta to be used for the exponential decay function for weighted metrics. The distance parameters for unweighted metrics will be determined implicitly. If the betas parameter is not provided, then the distance parameter must be provided instead.

data_id_col
str

An optional column name for data point keys. This is used for deduplicating points representing a shared source of information. For example, where a single greenspace is represented by many entrances as datapoints, only the nearest entrance (from a respective location) will be considered (during aggregations) when the points share a datapoint identifier.

spatial_tolerance
int

Tolerance in metres indicating a spatial buffer for datapoint accuracy. Intended for situations where datapoint locations are not precise. If greater than zero, weighted functions will clip the spatial impedance curve above weights corresponding to the given spatial tolerance and normalises to the new range. For background, see distance_from_beta.

jitter_scale
float

The scale of random jitter to add to shortest path calculations, useful for situations with highly rectilinear grids. jitter_scale is passed to the scale parameter of np.random.normal.

angular
bool

Whether to use a simplest-path heuristic in-lieu of a shortest-path heuristic when calculating aggregations and distances.

Returns

nodes_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input node_gdf parameter is returned with additional columns populated with the calcualted metrics.

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input data_gdf is returned with two additional columns: nearest_assigned and next_neareset_assign.

Notes

from cityseer.metrics import networks, layers
from cityseer.tools import mock, graphs

# prepare a mock graph
G = mock.mock_graph()
G = graphs.nx_simple_geoms(G)
nodes_gdf, network_structure = graphs.network_structure_from_nx(G, crs=3395)
print(nodes_gdf.head())
landuses_gdf = mock.mock_landuse_categorical_data(G)
print(landuses_gdf.head())
# some of the more commonly used measures can be accessed through simplified interfaces, e.g.
nodes_gdf, landuses_gdf = layers.compute_accessibilities(
    data_gdf=landuses_gdf,
    landuse_column_label="categorical_landuses",
    accessibility_keys=["a", "c"],
    nodes_gdf=nodes_gdf,
    network_structure=network_structure,
    distances=[200, 400, 800],
)
print(nodes_gdf.columns)
print(nodes_gdf["cc_metric_c_400_weighted"])  # weighted form
print(nodes_gdf["cc_metric_c_400_non_weighted"])  # non-weighted form

compute_mixed_uses

compute_mixed_uses(
data_gdf,
landuse_column_label,
mixed_use_keys,
nodes_gdf,
network_structure,
max_netw_assign_dist=400,
distances,
betas,
cl_disparity_wt_matrix,
qs,
spatial_tolerance=0,
jitter_scale=0.0,
angular=False)

Compute landuse metrics. This function wraps the underlying numba optimised functions for aggregating and computing various mixed-use and land-use accessibility measures. These are computed simultaneously for any required combinations of measures (and distances). Situations requiring only a single measure can instead make use of the simplified hill_diversity, hill_branch_wt_diversity, and compute_accessibilities functions.

See the accompanying paper on arXiv for additional information about methods for computing mixed-use measures at the pedestrian scale.

The data is aggregated and computed over the street network, with the implication that mixed-use and land-use accessibility aggregations are generated from the same locations as for centrality computations, which can therefore be correlated or otherwise compared. The outputs of the calculations are written to the corresponding node indices in the same node_gdf GeoDataFrame used for centrality methods, and which will display the calculated metrics under correspondingly labelled columns.

Parameters

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

A GeoDataFrame representing data points. The coordinates of data points should correspond as precisely as possible to the location of the feature in space; or, in the case of buildings, should ideally correspond to the location of the building entrance.

landuse_column_label
str

The column label from which to take landuse categories, e.g. a column labelled “landuse_categories” might contain “shop”, “pub”, “school”, etc., landuse categories.

nodes_gdf
None

A GeoDataFrame representing nodes. Best generated with the graphs.network_structure_from_nx function. The outputs of calculations will be written to this GeoDataFrame, which is then returned from the function.

network_structure
None
max_netw_assign_dist
int

The maximum distance to consider when assigning respective data points to the nearest adjacent network nodes.

distances
list[int] | tuple[int]

Distances corresponding to the local dmaxd_{max} thresholds to be used for calculations. The β\beta parameters (for distance-weighted metrics) will be determined implicitly. If the distances parameter is not provided, then the beta parameter must be provided instead.

betas
float | ndarray[float]

A β\beta, or array of β\beta to be used for the exponential decay function for weighted metrics. The distance parameters for unweighted metrics will be determined implicitly. If the betas parameter is not provided, then the distance parameter must be provided instead.

mixed_use_keys
tuple[str]

Mixed-use metrics to compute, containing any combination of the key values from the following table. See examples below for additional information.

cl_disparity_wt_matrix
ndarray[float]

An optional pairwise NxN disparity matrix numerically describing the degree of disparity between any pair of distinct land-uses. This parameter is only required if computing mixed-uses using hill_pairwise_disparity or raos_pairwise_disparity.

qs
tuple[float]

The values of q for which to compute Hill diversity. This parameter is only required if computing one of the Hill diversity mixed-use measures and is otherwise ignored.

spatial_tolerance
int

Tolerance in metres indicating a spatial buffer for datapoint accuracy. Intended for situations where datapoint locations are not precise. If greater than zero, weighted functions will clip the spatial impedance curve above weights corresponding to the given spatial tolerance and normalises to the new range. For background, see distance_from_beta.

jitter_scale
float

The scale of random jitter to add to shortest path calculations, useful for situations with highly rectilinear grids. jitter_scale is passed to the scale parameter of np.random.normal.

angular
bool

Whether to use a simplest-path heuristic in-lieu of a shortest-path heuristic when calculating aggregations and distances.

Returns

nodes_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input node_gdf parameter is returned with additional columns populated with the calcualted metrics.

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input data_gdf is returned with two additional columns: nearest_assigned and next_neareset_assign.

Notes

keyformulanotes
hillq0, q1 (iSpiq)1/(1q) limq1 exp(iS pi log pi)q\geq{0},\ q\neq{1} \ \big(\sum_{i}^{S}p_{i}^q\big)^{1/(1-q)} \ lim_{q\to1} \ exp\big(-\sum_{i}^{S}\ p_{i}\ log\ p_{i}\big)Hill diversity: this is the preferred form of diversity metric because it adheres to the replication principle and uses units of effective species instead of measures of information or uncertainty. The q parameter controls the degree of emphasis on the richness of species as opposed to the balance of species. Over-emphasis on balance can be misleading in an urban context, for which reason research finds support for using q=0: this reduces to a simple count of distinct land-uses.
hill_branch_wt[iSdi(piTˉ)q]1/(1q) Tˉ=iSdipi\big[\sum_{i}^{S}d_{i}\big(\frac{p_{i}}{\bar{T}}\big)^{q} \big]^{1/(1-q)} \ \bar{T} = \sum_{i}^{S}d_{i}p_{i}This is a distance-weighted variant of Hill Diversity based on the distances from the point of computation to the nearest example of a particular land-use. It therefore gives a locally representative indication of the intensity of mixed-uses. did_{i} is a negative exponential function where β\beta controls the strength of the decay. (β\beta is provided by the Network Layer, see distance_from_beta.)
hill_pairwise_wt[iSjiSdij(pipjQ)q]1/(1q) Q=iSjiSdijpipj\big[\sum_{i}^{S} \sum_{j\neq{i}}^{S} d_{ij} \big( \frac{p_{i} p_{j}}{Q} \big)^{q} \big]^{1/(1-q)} \ Q = \sum_{i}^{S} \sum_{j\neq{i}}^{S} d_{ij} p_{i} p_{j}This is a pairwise-distance-weighted variant of Hill Diversity based on the respective distances between the closest examples of the pairwise distinct land-use combinations as routed through the point of computation. dijd_{ij} represents a negative exponential function where β\beta controls the strength of the decay. (β\beta is provided by the Network Layer, see distance_from_beta.)
hill_pairwise_disparity[iSjiSwij(pipjQ)q]1/(1q) Q=iSjiSwijpipj\big[ \sum_{i}^{S} \sum_{j\neq{i}}^{S} w_{ij} \big( \frac{p_{i} p_{j}}{Q} \big)^{q} \big]^{1/(1-q)} \ Q = \sum_{i}^{S} \sum_{j\neq{i}}^{S} w_{ij} p_{i} p_{j}This is a disparity-weighted variant of Hill Diversity based on the pairwise disparities between land-uses. This variant requires the use of a disparity matrix provided through the cl_disparity_wt_matrix parameter.
shannoniS pi log pi -\sum_{i}^{S}\ p_{i}\ log\ p_{i}Shannon diversity (or_information entropy_) is one of the classic diversity indices. Note that it is preferable to use Hill Diversity with q=1, which is effectively a transformation of Shannon diversity into units of effective species.
gini_simpson1iSpi2 1 - \sum_{i}^{S} p_{i}^2Gini-Simpson is another classic diversity index. It can behave problematically because it does not adhere to the replication principle and places emphasis on the balance of species, which can be counter-productive for purposes of measuring mixed-uses. Note that where an emphasis on balance is desired, it is preferable to use Hill Diversity with q=2, which is effectively a transformation of Gini-Simpson diversity into units of effective species.
raos_pairwise_disparityiSjiSdijpipj \sum_{i}^{S} \sum_{j\neq{i}}^{S} d_{ij} p_{i} p_{j}Rao diversity is a pairwise disparity measure and requires the use of a disparity matrix provided through the cl_disparity_wt_matrix parameter. It suffers from the same issues as Gini-Simpson. It is preferable to use disparity weighted Hill diversity with q=2.

hill_branch_wt paired with q=0 is generally the best choice for granular landuse data, or else q=1 or q=2 for increasingly crude landuse classifications schemas.

A worked example:

from cityseer.metrics import networks, layers
from cityseer.tools import mock, graphs

# prepare a mock graph
G = mock.mock_graph()
G = graphs.nx_simple_geoms(G)
nodes_gdf, network_structure = graphs.network_structure_from_nx(G, crs=3395)
print(nodes_gdf.head())
landuses_gdf = mock.mock_landuse_categorical_data(G)
print(landuses_gdf.head())
# compute some metrics - here we'll use the full interface, see below for simplified interfaces
nodes_gdf, landuses_gdf = layers.compute_mixed_uses(
    data_gdf=landuses_gdf,
    landuse_column_label="categorical_landuses",
    nodes_gdf=nodes_gdf,
    network_structure=network_structure,
    distances=[200, 400, 800],
    mixed_use_keys=["hill"],
    qs=[0, 1],
)
print(nodes_gdf.columns)  # the data is written to the GeoDataFrame
print(nodes_gdf["cc_metric_hill_q0_800"])  # access accordingly, e.g. hill diversity at q=0 and 800m

Be cognisant that mixed-use and land-use accessibility measures are sensitive to the classification schema that has been used. Meaningful comparisons from one location to another are only possible where the same schemas have been applied.

hill_diversity

hill_diversity(
data_gdf,
landuse_column_label,
nodes_gdf,
network_structure,
max_netw_assign_dist=400,
distances,
betas,
qs,
spatial_tolerance=0,
jitter_scale=0.0,
angular=False)

Compute hill diversity for the provided landuse_labels at the specified values of q. See compute_landuses for additional information.

Parameters

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

A GeoDataFrame representing data points. The coordinates of data points should correspond as precisely as possible to the location of the feature in space; or, in the case of buildings, should ideally correspond to the location of the building entrance.

landuse_column_label
str

The column label from which to take landuse categories, e.g. a column labelled “landuse_categories” might contain “shop”, “pub”, “school”, etc., landuse categories.

nodes_gdf
None

A GeoDataFrame representing nodes. Best generated with the graphs.network_structure_from_nx function. The outputs of calculations will be written to this GeoDataFrame, which is then returned from the function.

network_structure
None
max_netw_assign_dist
int

The maximum distance to consider when assigning respective data points to the nearest adjacent network nodes.

distances
list[int] | tuple[int]

Distances corresponding to the local dmaxd_{max} thresholds to be used for calculations. The β\beta parameters (for distance-weighted metrics) will be determined implicitly. If the distances parameter is not provided, then the beta parameter must be provided instead.

betas
float | ndarray[float]

A β\beta, or array of β\beta to be used for the exponential decay function for weighted metrics. The distance parameters for unweighted metrics will be determined implicitly. If the betas parameter is not provided, then the distance parameter must be provided instead.

qs
tuple[float]

The values of q for which to compute Hill diversity. This parameter is only required if computing one of the Hill diversity mixed-use measures and is otherwise ignored.

spatial_tolerance
int

Tolerance in metres indicating a spatial buffer for datapoint accuracy. Intended for situations where datapoint locations are not precise. If greater than zero, weighted functions will clip the spatial impedance curve above weights corresponding to the given spatial tolerance and normalises to the new range. For background, see distance_from_beta.

jitter_scale
float

The scale of random jitter to add to shortest path calculations, useful for situations with highly rectilinear grids. jitter_scale is passed to the scale parameter of np.random.normal.

angular
bool

Whether to use a simplest-path heuristic in-lieu of a shortest-path heuristic when calculating aggregations and distances.

Returns

nodes_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input node_gdf parameter is returned with additional columns populated with the calcualted metrics.

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input data_gdf is returned with two additional columns: nearest_assigned and next_neareset_assign.

Notes

from cityseer.metrics import networks, layers
from cityseer.tools import mock, graphs

# prepare a mock graph
G = mock.mock_graph()
G = graphs.nx_simple_geoms(G)
nodes_gdf, network_structure = graphs.network_structure_from_nx(G, crs=3395)
print(nodes_gdf.head())
landuses_gdf = mock.mock_landuse_categorical_data(G)
print(landuses_gdf.head())
# some of the more commonly used measures can be accessed through simplified interfaces, e.g.
nodes_gdf, landuses_gdf = layers.hill_diversity(
    data_gdf=landuses_gdf,
    landuse_column_label="categorical_landuses",
    nodes_gdf=nodes_gdf,
    network_structure=network_structure,
    distances=[200, 400, 800],
    qs=[0, 1],
)
print(nodes_gdf.columns)
print(nodes_gdf["cc_metric_hill_q1_400"])  # e.g. distance weighted hill at q=1 and 400m

hill_branch_wt_diversity

hill_branch_wt_diversity(
data_gdf,
landuse_column_label,
nodes_gdf,
network_structure,
max_netw_assign_dist=400,
distances,
betas,
qs,
spatial_tolerance=0,
jitter_scale=0.0,
angular=False)

Compute distance-weighted hill diversity for the provided landuse_labels at the specified values of q. See compute_landuses for additional information.

Parameters

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

A GeoDataFrame representing data points. The coordinates of data points should correspond as precisely as possible to the location of the feature in space; or, in the case of buildings, should ideally correspond to the location of the building entrance.

landuse_column_label
str

The column label from which to take landuse categories, e.g. a column labelled “landuse_categories” might contain “shop”, “pub”, “school”, etc., landuse categories.

nodes_gdf
None

A GeoDataFrame representing nodes. Best generated with the graphs.network_structure_from_nx function. The outputs of calculations will be written to this GeoDataFrame, which is then returned from the function.

network_structure
None
max_netw_assign_dist
int

The maximum distance to consider when assigning respective data points to the nearest adjacent network nodes.

distances
list[int] | tuple[int]

Distances corresponding to the local dmaxd_{max} thresholds to be used for calculations. The β\beta parameters (for distance-weighted metrics) will be determined implicitly. If the distances parameter is not provided, then the beta parameter must be provided instead.

betas
float | ndarray[float]

A β\beta, or array of β\beta to be used for the exponential decay function for weighted metrics. The distance parameters for unweighted metrics will be determined implicitly. If the betas parameter is not provided, then the distance parameter must be provided instead.

qs
tuple[float]

The values of q for which to compute Hill diversity. This parameter is only required if computing one of the Hill diversity mixed-use measures and is otherwise ignored.

spatial_tolerance
int

Tolerance in metres indicating a spatial buffer for datapoint accuracy. Intended for situations where datapoint locations are not precise. If greater than zero, weighted functions will clip the spatial impedance curve above weights corresponding to the given spatial tolerance and normalises to the new range. For background, see distance_from_beta.

jitter_scale
float

The scale of random jitter to add to shortest path calculations, useful for situations with highly rectilinear grids. jitter_scale is passed to the scale parameter of np.random.normal.

angular
bool

Whether to use a simplest-path heuristic in-lieu of a shortest-path heuristic when calculating aggregations and distances.

Returns

nodes_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input node_gdf parameter is returned with additional columns populated with the calcualted metrics.

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input data_gdf is returned with two additional columns: nearest_assigned and next_neareset_assign.

Notes

from cityseer.metrics import networks, layers
from cityseer.tools import mock, graphs

# prepare a mock graph
G = mock.mock_graph()
G = graphs.nx_simple_geoms(G)
nodes_gdf, network_structure = graphs.network_structure_from_nx(G, crs=3395)
print(nodes_gdf.head())
landuses_gdf = mock.mock_landuse_categorical_data(G)
print(landuses_gdf.head())
# some of the more commonly used measures can be accessed through simplified interfaces, e.g.
nodes_gdf, landuses_gdf = layers.hill_branch_wt_diversity(
    data_gdf=landuses_gdf,
    landuse_column_label="categorical_landuses",
    nodes_gdf=nodes_gdf,
    network_structure=network_structure,
    distances=[200, 400, 800],
    qs=[0, 1],
)
print(nodes_gdf.columns)
print(nodes_gdf["cc_metric_hill_branch_wt_q1_400"])  # e.g. distance weighted hill at q=1 and 400m

compute_stats

compute_stats(
data_gdf,
stats_column_labels,
nodes_gdf,
network_structure,
max_netw_assign_dist=400,
distances,
betas,
data_id_col,
jitter_scale=0.0,
angular=False)

Compute stats. This function wraps the underlying numba optimised functions for computing statistical measures. The data is aggregated and computed over the street network relative to the network nodes, with the implication that statistical aggregations are generated from the same locations as for centrality computations, which can therefore be correlated or otherwise compared.

Parameters

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

A GeoDataFrame representing data points. The coordinates of data points should correspond as precisely as possible to the location of the feature in space; or, in the case of buildings, should ideally correspond to the location of the building entrance.

stats_column_labels
list[str]

The column labels corresponding to the columns in data_gdf from which to take numerical information.

nodes_gdf
None

A GeoDataFrame representing nodes. Best generated with the graphs.network_structure_from_nx function. The outputs of calculations will be written to this GeoDataFrame, which is then returned from the function.

network_structure
None
max_netw_assign_dist
int

The maximum distance to consider when assigning respective data points to the nearest adjacent network nodes.

distances
list[int] | tuple[int]

Distances corresponding to the local dmaxd_{max} thresholds to be used for calculations. The β\beta parameters (for distance-weighted metrics) will be determined implicitly. If the distances parameter is not provided, then the beta parameter must be provided instead.

betas
float | ndarray[float]

A β\beta, or array of β\beta to be used for the exponential decay function for weighted metrics. The distance parameters for unweighted metrics will be determined implicitly. If the betas parameter is not provided, then the distance parameter must be provided instead.

data_id_col
str

An optional column name for data point keys. This is used for deduplicating points representing a shared source of information. For example, where a single greenspace is represented by many entrances as datapoints, only the nearest entrance (from a respective location) will be considered (during aggregations) when the points share a datapoint identifier.

jitter_scale
float

The scale of random jitter to add to shortest path calculations, useful for situations with highly rectilinear grids. jitter_scale is passed to the scale parameter of np.random.normal.

angular
bool

Whether to use a simplest-path heuristic in-lieu of a shortest-path heuristic when calculating aggregations and distances.

Returns

nodes_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input node_gdf parameter is returned with additional columns populated with the calcualted metrics.

data_gdf
GeoDataFrame

The input data_gdf is returned with two additional columns: nearest_assigned and next_neareset_assign.

Notes

A worked example:

from cityseer.metrics import networks, layers
from cityseer.tools import mock, graphs

# prepare a mock graph
G = mock.mock_graph()
G = graphs.nx_simple_geoms(G)
nodes_gdf, network_structure = graphs.network_structure_from_nx(G, crs=3395)
print(nodes_gdf.head())
numerical_gdf = mock.mock_numerical_data(G, num_arrs=3)
print(numerical_gdf.head())

# some of the more commonly used measures can be accessed through simplified interfaces, e.g.
nodes_gdf, numerical_gdf = layers.compute_stats(
    data_gdf=numerical_gdf,
    stats_column_labels=["mock_numerical_1"],
    nodes_gdf=nodes_gdf,
    network_structure=network_structure,
    distances=[200, 400, 800],
)
print(nodes_gdf.columns)
print(nodes_gdf["cc_metric_mock_numerical_1_mean_weighted_400"])  # weighted form
print(nodes_gdf["cc_metric_mock_numerical_1_sum_200"])  # non-weighted form

The following stat types will be available for each stats_key for each of the computed distances:

  • max and min
  • sum and sum_weighted
  • mean and mean_weighted
  • variance and variance_weighted