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Geo::Coder::OpenCage - Geocode coordinates and addresses with the OpenCage Geocoder
my $Geocoder = Geo::Coder::OpenCage->new(api_key => $my_api_key); my $result = $Geocoder->geocode(location => "Donostia");
This module provides an interface to the OpenCage geocoding service.
For full details of the API visit https://opencagedata.com/api.
It is recommended you read the best practices for using the OpenCage geocoder before you start.
my $Geocoder = Geo::Coder::OpenCage->new(api_key => $my_api_key);
Get your API key from https://opencagedata.com
$ua = $geocoder->ua(); $ua = $geocoder->ua($ua);
Accessor for the UserAgent object. By default HTTP::Tiny is used. Useful if for example you want to specify that something like LWP::UserAgent::Throttled for rate limiting. Even if a new UserAgent is specified the useragent string will be specified as "Geo::Coder::OpenCage $version"
Takes a single named parameter 'location' and returns a result hashref.
my $result = $Geocoder->geocode(location => "Mudgee, Australia");
warns and returns undef if the query fails for some reason.
If you will be doing forward geocoding, please see the OpenCage query formatting guidelines
The OpenCage Geocoder has a few optional parameters:
- Supported Parameters
An IETF format language code (such as es for Spanish or pt-BR for Brazilian Portuguese); if this is omitted a code of en (English) will be assumed.
Limits the maximum number of results returned. Default is 10.
Provides the geocoder with a hint to the country that the query resides in. This value will help the geocoder but will not restrict the possible results to the supplied country.
The country code is a comma seperated list of 2 character code as defined by the ISO 3166-1 Alpha 2 standard.
- Not Supported
This module always parses the response as a Perl data structure, so the jsonp option is never used.
As a full example:
my $result = $Geocoder->geocode( location => "Псковская улица, Санкт-Петербург, Россия", language => "ru", countrycode => "ru", );
Takes two named parameters 'lat' and 'lng' and returns a result hashref.
my $result = $Geocoder->reverse_geocode(lat => -22.6792, lng => 14.5272);
This method supports the optional parameters in the same way that geocode() does.
All strings passed to and recieved from Geo::Coder::OpenCage methods are expected to be character strings, not byte strings.
For more information see perlunicode.
This module was featured in the 2016 Perl Advent Calendar.
Ed Freyfogle from the OpenCage team gave an interview with Built in Perl about how Perl is used at OpenCage.
Copyright 2019 OpenCage GmbH <email@example.com>
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.16 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.
This software is copyright (c) 2019 by OpenCage GmbH.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.