This node geocodes the given addresses and appends the
geometry to the input table.
geometry column contains the point geometry for the given address.
The node uses the geopy library to geocode the addresses.
The node uses the Nominatim service by default.
You can change the service provider and API key in the node settings.
See the geopy documentation for more information.
Notice that the service provider and API key are only required for some service providers.
For example, you do not have to enter them forNomintim or ArcGIS.
The addresses can be like
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA, United States.
The node is based on the GeoPandas project and uses the following related information and functions:
Select the address column to geocode.The column must contain a string with the address to geocode.
The parameters for the geocoding service. See the geopy documentation for more information. Notice that the service provider and API key are only required for some service providers. You don't have to enter them for service providers such as Nomintim and ArcGIS.
Select the service provider to use for reverse geocoding.
Enter the API key for the service provider.
You can leave this field empty if the service provider (such as
arcgis) doesn't require an API key.
Enter the minimum delay in seconds between two reverse geocoding requests.
Enter the default timeout in seconds for reverse geocoding requests.
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