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                              Routino : Output
                              ================


   There are three different formats of output from the router, HTML, GPX
   (GPS eXchange) XML format and plain text with a total of five possible
   output files:
     * HTML route instructions for each interesting junction.
     * GPX track file containing every node.
     * GPX route file with waypoints at interesting junctions.
     * Plain text description with the interesting junctions.
     * Plain text file with every node.

   The "interesting junctions" referred to above are junctions where the
   route changes to a different type of highway, more than two highways of
   the same type meet, or where the route meets but does not take a more
   major highway. When the route follows a major road this definition
   eliminates all junctions with minor roads.

   The output files are written to the current directory and are named
   depending on the selection of shortest or quickest route. For the
   shortest route the file names are "shortest.html",
   "shortest-track.gpx", "shortest-route.gpx", "shortest.txt" and
   "shortest-all.txt", for the quickest route the names are
   "quickest.html", "quickest-track.gpx", "quickest-route.gpx",
   "quickest.txt" and "quickest-all.txt".

   The HTML file and GPX files are written out according to the selected
   language using the translations contained in the translations.xml
   configuration file. The text files contains untranslated header lines
   (in English) but the data is translated.


HTML Route Instructions
-----------------------

   The HTML route instructions file contains one line for the description
   of each of the interesting junctions in the route and one line for each
   of the highways that connect them. The coordinates are also included in
   the file but are not visible because of the style definitions.

   An example HTML file output is below (some parts are missing, for
   example the style definitions):

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<HTML>
<!-- Creator : Routino - http://www.routino.org/ -->
<!-- Source : Based on OpenStreetMap data from http://www.openstreetmap.org/ -->
<!-- License : http://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright -->
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Shortest Route</TITLE>
...
</HEAD>
<BODY>
<H1>Shortest Route</H1>
<table>
<tr class='c'><td class='l'>1:<td class='r'>51.524658 -0.127877
<tr class='n'><td class='l'>Start:<td class='r'>At <span class='w'>Waypoint</span>, head <span class='b'>South-East</span>
<tr class='s'><td class='l'>Follow:<td class='r'><span class='h'>Woburn Place (A4200)</span> for <span class='d'>0.251 km, 0.3 min</span> [<span class='j'>0.3 km, 0 minutes</span>]
<tr class='c'><td class='l'>2:<td class='r'>51.522811 -0.125781
<tr class='n'><td class='l'>At:<td class='r'>Junction, go <span class='t'>Straight on</span> heading <span class='b'>South-East</span>
<tr class='s'><td class='l'>Follow:<td class='r'><span class='h'>Russell Square (A4200)</span> for <span class='d'>0.186 km, 0.2 min</span> [<span class='j'>0.4 km, 1 minutes</span>]
<tr class='c'><td class='l'>3:<td class='r'>51.521482 -0.124123
<tr class='n'><td class='l'>At:<td class='r'>Junction, go <span class='t'>Straight on</span> heading <span class='b'>South-East</span>
<tr class='s'><td class='l'>Follow:<td class='r'><span class='h'>Southampton Row (A4200)</span> for <span class='d'>0.351 km, 0.4 min</span> [<span class='j'>0.8 km, 1 minutes</span>]
...
<tr class='c'><td class='l'>21:<td class='r'>51.477678 -0.106792
<tr class='n'><td class='l'>At:<td class='r'>Junction, go <span class='t'>Slight left</span> heading <span class='b'>South-East</span>
<tr class='s'><td class='l'>Follow:<td class='r'><span class='h'>Vassall Road</span> for <span class='d'>0.138 km, 0.2 min</span> [<span class='j'>6.3 km, 6 minutes</span>]
<tr class='c'><td class='l'>22:<td class='r'>51.478015 -0.104870
<tr class='n'><td class='l'>At:<td class='r'>Junction, go <span class='t'>Straight on</span> heading <span class='b'>East</span>
<tr class='s'><td class='l'>Follow:<td class='r'><span class='h'>Vassall Road</span> for <span class='d'>0.087 km, 0.1 min</span> [<span class='j'>6.4 km, 6 minutes</span>]
<tr class='c'><td class='l'>23:<td class='r'>51.478244 -0.103651
<tr class='n'><td class='l'>Stop:<td class='r'>At <span class='w'>Waypoint</span>
<tr class='t'><td class='l'>Total:<td class='r'><span class='j'>6.4 km, 6 minutes</span>
</table>
</BODY>
</HTML>


GPX Track File
--------------

   The GPX track file contains a track with all of the individual nodes
   that the route passes through.

   An example GPX track file output is below:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<gpx version="1.1" creator="Routino" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
                                     xmlns="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1"
                                     xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1 http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1/gpx.xsd">
<metadata>
<desc>Creator : Routino - http://www.routino.org/</desc>
<copyright author="Based on OpenStreetMap data from http://www.openstreetmap.org/">
<license>http://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright</license>
</copyright>
</metadata>
<trk>
<name>Shortest route</name>
<desc>Shortest route between 'start' and 'finish' waypoints</desc>
<trkpt lat="51.524658" lon="-0.127877"/>
<trkpt lat="51.523768" lon="-0.126918"/>
<trkpt lat="51.522811" lon="-0.125781"/>
...
<trkpt lat="51.478015" lon="-0.104870"/>
<trkpt lat="51.478127" lon="-0.104174"/>
<trkpt lat="51.478244" lon="-0.103651"/>
</trkseg>
</trk>
</gpx>


GPX Route File
--------------

   The GPX route file contains a route (ordered set of waypoints) with all
   of the interesting junctions that the route passes through and a
   description of the route to take from that point.

   An example GPX route file output is below:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<gpx version="1.1" creator="Routino" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
                                     xmlns="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1"
                                     xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1 http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1/gpx.xsd">
<metadata>
<desc>Creator : Routino - http://www.routino.org/</desc>
<copyright author="Based on OpenStreetMap data from http://www.openstreetmap.org/">
<license>http://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright</license>
</copyright>
</metadata>
<rte>
<name>Shortest route</name>
<desc>Shortest route between 'start' and 'finish' waypoints</desc>
<rtept lat="51.524658" lon="-0.127877">
  <name>START</name>
  <desc>South-East on 'Woburn Place (A4200)' for 0.251 km, 0.3 min</desc>
</rtept>
<rtept lat="51.522811" lon="-0.125781">
  <name>TRIP001</name>
  <desc>South-East on 'Russell Square (A4200)' for 0.186 km, 0.2 min</desc>
</rtept>
<rtept lat="51.521482" lon="-0.124123">
  <name>TRIP002</name>
  <desc>South-East on 'Southampton Row (A4200)' for 0.351 km, 0.4 min</desc>
</rtept>
...
<rtept lat="51.477678" lon="-0.106792">
  <name>TRIP020</name>
  <desc>South-East on 'Vassall Road' for 0.138 km, 0.2 min</desc>
</rtept>
<rtept lat="51.478015" lon="-0.104870">
  <name>TRIP021</name>
  <desc>East on 'Vassall Road' for 0.087 km, 0.1 min</desc>
</rtept>
<rtept lat="51.478244" lon="-0.103651">
  <name>FINISH</name>
  <desc>Total Journey 6.4 km, 6 minutes</desc>
</rtept>
</rte>
</gpx>


Text File
---------

   The text file format contains one entry for all of the interesting
   junctions in the route and is intended to be easy to interpret, for
   example for creating other output formats.

   An example text file output is below:

# Creator : Routino - http://www.routino.org/
# Source : Based on OpenStreetMap data from http://www.openstreetmap.org/
# License : http://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright
#
#Latitude   Longitude  Section   Section  Total    Total    Point Turn Bearing Highway
#                      Distance  Duration Distance Duration Type
 51.524658  -0.127877  0.000 km  0.0 min  0.0 km   0 min    Waypt  +3          Woburn Place (A4200)
 51.522811  -0.125781  0.251 km  0.3 min  0.3 km   0 min    Junct  +0  +3      Russell Square (A4200)
 51.521482  -0.124123  0.186 km  0.2 min  0.4 km   1 min    Junct  +0  +3      Southampton Row (A4200)
...
 51.477678  -0.106792  0.204 km  0.2 min  6.1 km   5 min    Junct  +0  +3      Vassall Road
 51.478015  -0.104870  0.138 km  0.2 min  6.3 km   6 min    Junct  +0  +2      Vassall Road
 51.478244  -0.103651  0.087 km  0.1 min  6.4 km   6 min    Waypt

   The text file output contains a header (indicated by the lines starting
   with '#') and then one line for each waypoint or junction. Each line
   contains the information for the current node and the next segment to
   be followed. For each of the lines the individual fields contain the
   following:

   Latitude - Location of the node (degrees)

   Longitude - Location of the node (degrees)

   Section Distance - The distance travelled on the section of the journey
   that ends at this node.

   Section Duration - The duration of travel on the section of the journey
   that ends at this node.

   Total Distance - The total distance travelled up to this point.

   Total Duration - The total duration of travel up to this point.

   Point Type - The type of point; either a waypoint Waypt or junction
   Junct.

   Turn - The direction to turn at this point (missing for the first line
   since the journey has not started yet and for the last line because it
   has finished). This can take one of nine values between -4 and +4
   defined by: 0 = Straight, +2 = Right, -2 = Left and +/-4 = Reverse.

   Bearing - The direction to head from this point (missing for the last
   line since the journey has finished). This can take one of nine values
   between -4 and +4 defined by: 0 = North, +2 = East, -2 = West and +/-4
   = South.

   Highway - The name (or description) of the highway to follow from this
   point (missing on the last line since the journey has finished).

   The individual items are separated by tabs but some of the items
   contain spaces as well.


All Nodes Text File
-------------------

   The all nodes text file format contains one entry for each of the nodes
   on the route.

   An example all nodes text file output is below:

# Creator : Routino - http://www.routino.org/
# Source : Based on OpenStreetMap data from http://www.openstreetmap.org/
# License : http://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright
#
#Latitude   Longitude  Node      Type   Segment Segment Total Total   Speed Bearing Highway
#                                       Dist    Durat'n Dist  Durat'n
 51.524658  -0.127877  8439703*  Waypt   0.000  0.00    0.00   0.0
 51.523768  -0.126918  8439948*  Junct-  0.119  0.15    0.12   0.1     96    146    Woburn Place (A4200)
 51.522811  -0.125781  8440207*  Junct   0.132  0.17    0.25   0.3     96    143    Woburn Place (A4200)
...
 51.478015  -0.104870  8529638*  Change  0.138  0.17    6.26   5.6     48     74    Vassall Road
 51.478127  -0.104174  8529849*  Junct-  0.049  0.04    6.31   5.7     64     75    Vassall Road
 51.478244  -0.103651  8530008   Waypt   0.038  0.04    6.35   5.7     64     70    Vassall Road

   The all nodes text file output contains a header (indicated by the
   lines starting with '#') and then one line for each node and the
   segment that was used to reach it. This file therefore contains exactly
   the same model as is used internally to define a route (a series of
   results each of which is a node and the segment leading to it). For
   each of the lines the individual fields contain the following:

   Latitude - Location of the node in degrees.

   Longitude - Location of the node in degrees.

   Node - The internal node number and an indicator "*" if the node is a
   super-node.

   Type - The type of point; a waypoint Waypt, important junction Junct,
   unimportant junction Junct-, change of highway Change or intermediate node
   Inter.

   Segment Distance - The distance travelled on the segment defined on this
   line.

   Segment Duration - The duration of travel on the segment defined on this
   line.

   Total Distance - The total distance travelled up to this point.

   Total Duration - The total duration of travel up to this point.

   Speed - The speed of travel on the segment defined on this line (missing
   on the first line).

   Bearing - The direction that the segment defined on this line travels in
   degrees (missing on the first line).

   Highway - The name (or description) of the highway segment (missing on
   the first line).


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