Placing a Voronoi diagram over a streetmap (using Python)?

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  • folium

    Python Data. Leaflet.js Maps.

    I'm mapping some election results, and trying to create a diagrammatic representation of who voted for whom, and where. I'm using Python, and I can create a perfectly respectable initial map (without Voronoi diagrams) using its folium package, with OpenStreetMap tiles. See https://numbersandshapes.net/posts/post_election_swings/.

  • geovoronoi

    a package to create and plot Voronoi regions within geographic boundaries

    There is also a Python geovoronoi package which I'm trying to use, but I don't know yet how I can integrate its Voronoi diagrams with a street map. (I believe - although I haven't fully explored this yet - that it's possible to create your own color dictionary to be used for the regions. So I suppose I can add transparency as well. )

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