Chouette can integrate data in several formats like Neptune or GTFS.
There is many ways to collect datas and import a file in Chouette :
by using the Chouette user interface
by using the Chouette import API
by using with Chouette command line client
Import a file by using the Chouette user interface
The user can configure and start an import by using the user interface:
See the Chouette user manual for more details.
Import a file by using the Chouette Import API
The user can use Chouette API to import their datas.
This API can be integrated in all programming languages (Python, Java, etc) very easily.
The description and use of this API is available in many languages through our Postman documentation.
Postman allows if you wish to use all the queries provided if you want to create your own space (see the “Run in Postman” button at the top right).
Import by using with Chouette command line client
enRoute also provides an opensource Chouette client. A description of its use is available on the bitbucket repository : https://bitbucket.org/enroute-mobi/chouette-client/src/master/
The Chouette client is available for Windows and Mac (in “Downloads“ section).