class LocationLog(models.Model): user = models.ForeignKey(User) utm = models.GeometryField(spatial_index=True)
This is my database model. I would like to insert a row.
I want to insert a circle at point -55, 333. With a radius of 10. How can I put this circle into the geometry field?
Of course, then I would want to check which circles overlap a given circle. (my select statement)
Solved. I created a square.
from django.contrib.gis.geos import Polygon s = Polygon(( (x-rad,y+rad) ,(x+rad,y+rad) ,(x+rad,y-rad) ,(x-rad,y-rad) ,(x-rad,y+rad) ) ) Then you insert "s" into the database as a GeometryField.