MIT Releases Toolbox For Urban Network Analysis

MIT Releases Toolbox For Urban Network Analysis
Design

The new urban planning software will help architects and designers build in cities.

Emma Hutchings
  • 8 september 2011

MIT researchers from the City Form Research Group have released a free piece of open-source software that gives urban designers and planners the tools to describe spatial patterns of cities using mathematical network analysis methods. This new Urban Network Analysis (UNA) toolbox will be useful for supporting city design in the future, which has become more difficult due to rapid urbanization.

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