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easergeocoder:gettingstarted [2017/11/03 18:33]
srashidian
easergeocoder:gettingstarted [2019/05/16 12:55]
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 ==== Additional Parameters ==== ==== Additional Parameters ====
  
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 === 1. Mode === === 1. Mode ===
  
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 2. Searching Mode (**default**). To extract geolocations for list of addresses, most common mode. 2. Searching Mode (**default**). To extract geolocations for list of addresses, most common mode.
  
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 === 2. NumberOfThreads === === 2. NumberOfThreads ===
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 Specifying number of additional threads the program could use which helps improving performance of this system. The minimum amount is one, default is set to 8 and recommended number is two times cpu virtual cores minus one. Specifying number of additional threads the program could use which helps improving performance of this system. The minimum amount is one, default is set to 8 and recommended number is two times cpu virtual cores minus one.
  
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 === 3. Max === === 3. Max ===
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 Number of rows from start that are intended to get geocoded. Number of rows from start that are intended to get geocoded.
  
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 The first parameter **must** always be the input file address. The first parameter **must** always be the input file address.
  
-java -jar BigGeocodingJava.jar //​[inputfile]//​+java -jar EaserGeocoder_VX.XX.jar //​[inputfile]//​
  
-java -jar BigGeocodingJava.jar //​[inputfile] [outputfile]//​+java -jar EaserGeocoder_VX.XX.jar //​[inputfile] [outputfile]//​
  
 The program will geocode addresses in the [//​inputfile]//,​ results will be written in //​[outputfile]//​. In case the //​[outputfile]//​ is missing, the output file will have the format "​output_//​[inputfile]_[date]//"​ and it would be placed in the "​output"​ folder near jar file. If this folder does not exist, the jar file would create it automatically. The program will geocode addresses in the [//​inputfile]//,​ results will be written in //​[outputfile]//​. In case the //​[outputfile]//​ is missing, the output file will have the format "​output_//​[inputfile]_[date]//"​ and it would be placed in the "​output"​ folder near jar file. If this folder does not exist, the jar file would create it automatically.
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 An example of running the program with all additional parameters: An example of running the program with all additional parameters:
  
-java -jar BigGeocodingJava.jar //​[inputfile] [outputfile] //-m 2000 -t 10 -2+java -jar EaserGeocoder_VX.XX.jar //​[inputfile] [outputfile] //-m 2000 -t 10 -2
  
 It means, first 2000 addresses in inputfilename file will be geocoded, by 10 additional threads, output will generate based on mode 2 which is only extracting geolocations. It means, first 2000 addresses in inputfilename file will be geocoded, by 10 additional threads, output will generate based on mode 2 which is only extracting geolocations.
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