analysis-ui - Conveyal's frontend for creating and analyzing transportation scenarios.

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Conveyal's tools for editing land-use/transportation scenarios. The Scenario Editor needs an Analysis Backend running to point at. By default it expects it to be running at http://localhost:7070.

https://github.com/conveyal/analysis-ui#readme

Dependencies:

@conveyal/gridualizer : ^2.1.0
@conveyal/lonlat : ^1.3.0
@conveyal/woonerf : ^3.0.0
@mapbox/polyline : ^0.2.0
@turf/bearing : 3.7.5
@turf/destination : 3.7.5
@turf/distance : 3.7.5
@turf/helpers : 3.7.5
@turf/inside : 3.7.5
@turf/line-distance : 3.7.5
@turf/line-slice : 3.7.5
auth0-js : ^8.0.4
auth0-lock : ^10.9.2
bootstrap : ^3.3.6
browsochrones : ^1.0.0
chart.js : ^1.1.1
classnames : ^2.2.5
compare-versions : ^3.0.1
crc : ^3.4.0
create-react-class : ^15.6.0
d3-color : ^1.0.2
d3-format : ^1.0.2
d3-interpolate : ^1.1.3
d3-shape : ^1.2.0
date-fns : ^1.28.2
debug : ^2.2.0
deep-extend : ^0.4.1
font-awesome : ^4.6.3
http-errors : ^1.5.0
isomorphic-fetch : ^2.2.1
jsolines : ^1.0.2
leaflet : 1.2.0
leaflet-draw : ^0.4.10
lodash : ^4.17.4
moment : ^2.17.1
path-to-regexp : ^1.7.0
prop-types : ^15.5.10
react : ^15.6.1
react-chartjs : ^0.8.0
react-datetime : ^2.7.5
react-dom : ^15.6.1
react-ga : ^2.3.5
react-leaflet : 1.5.0
react-leaflet-control : ^1.4.0
react-leaflet-draw : ^0.16.0
react-modal : ^1.4.0
react-redux : ^5.0.2
react-router : ^3.0.2
react-router-redux : ^4.0.5
react-select : ^1.0.0-rc.3
react-select-geocoder : ^1.2.0
redux : ^3.6.0
redux-actions : ^1.2.1
reselect : ^2.5.3
science : ^1.9.3
shpjs : ^3.3.2
sprintf.js : ^0.1.4
text-encoding : ^0.6.4
uuid : ^3.0.1
xorshift : ^1.0.0

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