# Geohax

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Geohash encoding and decoding for Elixir.

## Ordering of longitude and latitude

*Every* function in `Geohax` use the `longitude,latitude` ordering; make sure not to invert these!

Both [Redis]( and [PostGIS]( use this same ordering, but if you feel strongly about that and would prefer to use `latitude,longitude` instead, you can simply create a new module that does this for you:

defmodule MyGeohash do
  def decode(geohash) do
    {lon, lat} = Geohax.decode(geohash)
    {lat, lon}

  def encode(latitude, longitude, precision \\ 12),
    do: Geohax.encode(longitude, latitude, precision)

  defdelegate neighbor(geohash, direction), to: Geohax

  defdelegate neighbors(geohash), to: Geohax

  defdelegate within(min, max, precision \\ 5), to: Geohax

## Usage

### Encoding and decoding

iex> Geohax.encode(-132.83, -38.1033, 6)
iex> Geohax.decode("311x1r")
{-132.83, -38.1033}

Note that the format for coordinates is `{longitude, latitude}`.

### Finding neighbors

iex> Geohax.neighbors("311x1r")
[north: "311x32", south: "311x1q", east: "311x1x", west: "311x1p"]
iex> Geohax.neighbor("311x1r", :north)

### Calculating geoashes within an envelope

iex> Geohax.within({52.291725, 16.731831}, {52.508736, 17.071703})
["u37ck", "u37cm", "u37cq", "u37cr", "u3k12", "u3k13", "u3k16", "u3k17", "u3k1k", "u37cs", "u37ct", "u37cw", "u37cx", "u3k18", "u3k19", "u3k1d", "u3k1e", "u3k1s", "u37cu", "u37cv", "u37cy", "u37cz", "u3k1b", "u3k1c", "u3k1f", "u3k1g", "u3k1u", "u37fh", "u37fj", "u37fn", "u37fp", "u3k40", "u3k41", "u3k44", "u3k45", "u3k4h", "u37fk", "u37fm", "u37fq", "u37fr", "u3k42", "u3k43", "u3k46", "u3k47", "u3k4k", "u37fs", "u37ft", "u37fw", "u37fx", "u3k48", "u3k49", "u3k4d", "u3k4e", "u3k4s"]

## Installation

Add the `:geohax` dependency to your `mix.exs` file:

defp deps do
  [{:geohax, ">= 0.0.0"}]

Then, run `mix deps.get` to fetch the new dependency.