UrbanFootprint 1.5 is a web-based, open source, scenario planning platform. It serves as a land use planning, modeling, and data organization framework and is designed to facilitate more informed land use and scenario planning. UrbanFootprint version 1.5 is built upon a suite of open source software products and includes a set of web-based scenario development, editing, and analysis features. It is available under a GNU GPLv3 license. UrbanFootprint’s development is led by Berkeley, California-based Calthorpe Analytics.
A user guide for version 1.5 is at http://urbanfootprint-v1.readthedocs.io/
UrbanFootprint is developed by Calthorpe Analytics.
Interested in installing UrbanFootprint on your own computer?
To run a version of UrbanFootprint on your own server (such as an AWS EC2 instance), follow the instructions in README-cloud.md.
The fastest way to get up and running with a local UrbanFootprint installation is by using a pre-built virtual machine.
On Windows, open up "Git Bash" which should now be available in your Start Menu. On Mac, open up the Terminal app. You should now have a command line prompt. In the terminal, run:
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/CalthorpeAnalytics/urbanfootprint/master/get-uf.sh | bash
A local UrbanFootprint instance is now accessible via http://localhost:3333/footprint/ in your browser. The default username is "firstname.lastname@example.org" and the default password is "admin@uf".
If you're following the "Quickstart" path you can stop here and start using UF in your browser!
If you're looking to do active code development on the UrbanFootprint code base, then you'll need to install a development environment. Detailed installation instructions are available for Mac OS X and MS Windows in README-developers.md
Each UrbanFootprint installation needs a client configuration which is specific to the geographic
region being studied. UrbanFootprint client configurations reside in this repository in the directory
We provide several sample client configurations in this repository. The recommended way to manage your own client configurations is to fork this repo. You can then model a new client configuration off of the existing clients.
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