# geocalizer

Geolocalize consultation events based on an IP address

# Headers

  • Geoip : Geolocation data that can be added to the results.

By default: geoip-longitude, geoip-latitude, geoip-country

  • all can be used to include all possible fields
  • none to deactivate the geolocation.

The available fields are:

  • geoip-host: IP address being geolocalized
  • geoip-country 2 characters code indicating the country (eg: FR for France)
  • geoip-region: 2 characters code indicating the region (eg: A8 for Île-de-France)
  • geoip-city: complete name of the city (eg: Paris)
  • geoip-latitude: self-explanatory
  • geoip-longitude: self-explanatory
  • geoip-coordinates: concatenation of latitude and longitude between brackets (eg: [48.8592,2.3417])

# Examples

curl -v -X POST http://localhost:59599
    -H 'Geoip: all' \
    -F "file=@test/dataset/geolocalize.log"

Advanced usage example:

This example uses the ''csv2geojson'' and ''geojsonio-cli'' librairies.

npm install csv2geojson geojsonio-cli

It is then possible to directly visualize the results on a map.

curl -X POST http://127.0.0.1:59599 \
  --proxy "" \
  --no-buffer \
  --data-binary @./test/dataset/edp.2013-01-23.log  \
  -H 'Geoip: geoip-latitude, geoip-longitude' \
  -H 'Output-Fields: -doi,-identd,-url,-status,-size,+datetime' \
  | csv2geojson --lat "geoip-latitude" --lon "geoip-longitude" --delimiter ";" 2> /dev/null \
  | geojsonio

That opens a web browser with the following graphical representation :

EDP Sciences Anonyme
# Video Demonstration

This screencast demonstrates the previous usage (ie geolocation information visualized on a map)