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MapTiler - Map Tile Cutter

MapTiler - Map Tile Cutter
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Kartograph KML Reference - KML - Google Code This section contains an alphabetical reference for all KML elements defined in KML Version 2.2, as well as elements in the Google extension namespace. The class tree for KML elements is shown below. In this diagram, elements to the right on a particular branch in the tree are extensions of the elements to their left. For example, Placemark is a special kind of Feature. It contains all of the elements that belong to Feature, and it adds some elements that are specific to the Placemark element. KML is an open standard officially named the OpenGIS® KML Encoding Standard (OGC KML). The complete XML schema for KML is located at Note: Click an element name in this diagram to jump to its entry in the reference section. Note that abstract elements (shown in boxes in the diagram) are not actually used in KML files. All elements derived from Object can have an id assigned to them. Tip: Viewing KML for Google Earth Features Compatibility About this reference KML fields

Web mapping client comparison v.6 This comparison aims to serve as a basis for those seeking a first approach to Web mapping technologies at the client side. In the sixth version a number of projects have been added and the whole set of clients has been categorized in order to distinguish them better, since there are currently forty four (44) Web mapping clients in the comparison. Web mapping clients play a significant role in Geoportals of Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI) allowing the visualization of spatial data from several sources. There exists a wide variety of free and open source software (FOSS) projects that make the creation and configuration of Web mapping clients easier. This study presents a wide collection of Web mapping clients capable to access Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Web services, and examines some of their most relevant properties, but does not represent an exhaustive analysis of their technical features. Below is a graph showing the relation between free and open source Web mapping clients.

bjornharrtell/jsts - GitHub MapTiler и GpsVP Как подготовить готовую растровую карту (или снимок) и работать с ней на наладонном компьютере (КПК). Обсудить в форуме Комментариев — 1 Оглавление 1. Введение Для полевой работы с GPS-устройствами часто бывает необходимо загрузить туда привязанные растры (например, космические снимки, планы лесонасаждений, топокарты) и векторные данные. Используемые программы: MapTiler - для подготовки растровых данных для КПК и в Garmin. 2. Смысл работы заключается в создании геопривязанной мозаики растров с несколькими уровнями детализации. Скачиваем MapTilerи устанавливаем его на настольный ПК. На следующем этапе нужно указать нужный нам растр (поддерживаются TIFF/GeoTIFF, MrSID, ECW, JPEG2000, Erdas HFA, NOAA BSB, JPEG). На следующем этапе нужно определить систему координат и проекцию. Если нас такое определение не устраивает, можно задать проекцию вручную и обязательно нажать Set: Определяем каталог, куда положим готовые растры. 3. Подгрузка растровой карты, созданной с помощью MapTiler

Wax We’d highly recommend you use a current version of MapBox.js rather than Wax for all future projects, and consider porting your code! Good news, everyone! MapBox has introduced MapBox.js v1, which features improved browser support, documentation, and access to a rich ecosystem of Leaflet plugins. So please usher yourself to the new MapBox.js page and enjoy the future! ↓ Download Wax 6.4.0 BSD-licensed, ~16KB Already using Wax, and need to upgrade? If you’re just starting out, follow along and by the end, you’ll be a web-mapping pro. var url = ' wax.tilejson(url, function(tilejson) { var m = new MM.Map('intro-map', new, new MM.Point(700,400)); m.setCenterZoom(new MM.Location([1],[0]),[2] - 3);; .map(m) .tilejson(tilejson) .on(wax.tooltip().animate(true).parent(m.parent).events());}); Get Wax A Quick Intro

Libraries - google-maps-utility-library-v3 - List of libraries here and quick links to them - Open source project to be a central repository of utility libraries that can be used with the Google Maps API JavaScript v3. The libraries listed below are all open source. Note that some are hosted on GitHub, so simply checking out all the code under the "Source" tab above does not get you every library listed here. Instead, click the link next to the library you are interested in. Day Night Overlay Day Night Overlay provides a custom overlay which shows an approximation of where the day/night line runs at any given date. Browse the github repository or see the live samples. GeoJSON to Google Maps The GeoJSON to Google Maps API library lets you easily convert GeoJSON to Overlays, along with default styling rules. Browse the github repository for code and examples. InfoBox This class behaves like google.maps.InfoWindow, but it supports several additional properties for advanced styling. Browse Released Versions or Development Versions. Marker Clusterer The library creates and manages per-zoom-level clusters for large amounts of markers. Browse Released Versions or Development Versions. Marker Clusterer Plus Route Boxer

Projections on Bing, Google I have lately seen several blogposts confused about which datum and projection Microsoft’s Live Maps (Virtual Earth) and Google Maps use. As most people already know by now, they render the round earth onto a flat screen using a Mercator projection. I think the confusion comes from that they actually use two spatial reference systems at the same time: Geographic Longitude/Latitude coordinatesystem based on the standard WGS84 datum. So when is what used? The Javascript API’s use (1) as input when you want to add points, lines and polygons. If you want to create image overlays, or roll your own tile server on top of the map, you will need to project your images into a spheric mercator projection. Here’s a bit of facts about the two projections: The valid range of (1) is: [-180,-85.05112877980659] to [180, 85.05112877980659]. The valid range of (2) is: [-20037508.3427892, -20037508.3427892] to [20037508.3427892, 20037508.3427892] So why this weird extent for the latitude?

OGR: OGR Simple Feature Library The OGR Simple Features Library is a C++ open source library (and commandline tools) providing read (and sometimes write) access to a variety of vector file formats including ESRI Shapefiles, S-57, SDTS, PostGIS, Oracle Spatial, and Mapinfo mid/mif and TAB formats. OGR is a part of the GDAL library. Resources Download Ready to Use Executables The best way to get OGR utilities in ready-to-use form is to download the latest FWTools kit for your platform. Source The source code for this effort is intended to be available as OpenSource using an X Consortium style license. Bug Reporting GDAL/OGR bugs can be reported, and can be listed using Trac. Mailing Lists A gdal-announce mailing list subscription is a low volume way of keeping track of major developments with the GDAL/OGR project. The mailing list can be used for discussion of development and user issues related to OGR and related technologies. Alternative Bindings for the OGR API

Через SaaPlanet Перед тем как перейдем к пошаговым инструкциям, предлагаю ознакомиться с техническими требованиями и ограничениями по использованию растровых карт и спутниковых снимков. Технические требования Совместимые туристические GPS навигаторы: GARMIN Oregon 450/ Oregon 550/ Dakota 10/ Dakota 20/ Colorado 300/ GPSMAP 62 и GPSMAP 62S/ GPSMAP 78 и GPSMAP 78S Формат данных KMZ файл с привязанными растровыми картами или спутниковыми снимкамиформат карт/снимков - JPEGподдерживается не более 100 изображений (фрагментов/тайлов) с растровыми картами/снимкамиразмер каждого фрагмента не более 3мбизображения размером не более 1 МП (1024x1024 pix, 512x2048 pix) – изображения большего размера будут уменьшаться, что приведет к худшему отображению на экране Для загрузки спутниковых снимков нам потребуется всего одна бесплатная программа – SAS.Планета. Как я уже писал выше, саму программу можно загрузить на сайте разработчика Шаг 1. – Запускаем программу Шаг 3. – Выделяем область загрузки

Map Maker Google Map Maker officially closed on March 31, 2017, and many of its features are being integrated into Google Maps. Since 2008, the Google Map Maker community has edited and moderated millions of features to improve the Google Maps experience. To make it easier for all Google Maps users to contribute changes to the map, we’ve started to graduate functionality from Map Maker to Google Maps on both desktop and mobile. Key editing features currently available in Google Maps include: We’ll continue to add new editing features within Google Maps on an ongoing basis. To keep contributing your local knowledge to Google Maps and engage with a passionate community of likeminded individuals, we invite you to join the Local Guides program where you can do things like: Earn points Unlock rewards for submitting edits and other information Get early access to new Google Map features.

I tried this with my own image and it worked well, don't know how it works with Google maps, etc. by yalcat Apr 29

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