Can I have location datas to test speed my algorithm

Hello everyone.

I look https://www.graphhopper.com/blog/2019/06/04/incredibly-fast-distance-matrix-calculations-with-graphhopper/. I see very fast. I wonder if GH can publish the test data in the blog post?

I created my algorithm. I will be happy if everyone gives data and your results with this.

Thanks everyone.
Have a happy weekend

You mean the locations that were used to create the matrix queries ? As stated in the article:

For the measurement we used OpenStreetMap data of Europe and created random matrix queries within the city area of Berlin.

So say for a 1000x1000 matrix we took 1000 random locations (lat/lon pairs) from Berlin and did this many times to obtain an average query time.

Or more precisely the bounding box was this:

min_lat=52.2799
max_lat=52.7221
min_lon=13.0297
max_lon=13.8523

and you can find the OSM map we used here: https://download.geofabrik.de/europe-140101.osm.pbf