This document contains sample code that shows pygplates solving common plate tectonic problems.
This section covers how to get geometry data into a state where it can be reconstructed by pygplates.
This section covers how to load and save collections of features from/to files.
This section covers how to create features from scratch and how to query their properties.
This section covers how to reconstruct regular features, motion path features and flowline features to past geological times.
This section covers querying and modifying the rotations that are used to reconstruct features to past geological times.
This section covers how to reconstruct (or resolve) dynamic geometries (such as topological plate boundaries) at past geological times, and how to query their topologies.
This section covers how to calculate velocities of features as they move through geological time and also how to calculate velocities of plates at non-moving point locations.
This section covers queries involving distances between geometries.