Mapa Mundial Vistas Multi - Genero Powered by WorldMap WorldMap Sign in | Create Map | View Map | Help Search for geospatial data Selected Data Refine Search By area Limit the search to data that includes features in the displayed area. Refine Rectify Images Use WorldMap WARP to upload and rectify scanned maps for use in WorldMap. 2000 km 1000 mi Center for Geographic Analysis The Harvard WorldMap Project WorldMap is an open source web mapping system that is currently under construction. The first instance of WorldMap, focused on the continent of Africa, is called AfricaMap. Introduction to the WorldMap Project WorldMap solves the problem of discovering where things happen. Interact with the best available public data for a city/region/continent See the whole of that area yet also zoom in to particular places Accumulate both contemporary and historical data supplied by researchers and make it permanently accessible online Work collaboratively across disciplines and organizations with spatial information in an online environment
GPS Drawing jQuery Mapael jQuery Mapael - Build dynamic vector maps #Overview jQuery Mapael is a jQuery plugin based on raphael.js that allows you to display dynamic vector maps. For example, with Mapael, you can display a map of the world with clickable countries. As Raphaël, Mapael supports Firefox 3.0+, Safari 3.0+, Chrome 5.0+, Opera 9.5+ and Internet Explorer 6.0+. To download mapael, go to the GitHub repository. Key features based on jQuery and raphael.js Interactive. #How to use Mapael Here is the simplest example that shows how to display an empty map of the world : <div class="container"><div class="map">Alternative content</div></div> Result : #Examples #API reference (version 0.7.0) All options are provided as an object argument of the function $.fn.mapael(Object options). Parameter 'options' : #Update the map data Update map data is as simple as triggering an 'update' event on the map container with new data provided as argument. $(".container").trigger('update', [updatedOptions, newPlots, deletedPlots, opt]);
Views - Google Maps Alright everyone. Despite my complete melt-down further up in this comments thread, I need to put something out there. Disclosure first: although I have access to certain sources, I (and my business) am independent of Google but have direct dealings with Google. I have NDAs that prohibit me from disclosing certain things. I will mind my manners and my NDAs in writing this. These are my words and should be taken as only that. August didn't go according to plan, completely. YouTube was very quick to adopt 360° video but YouTube is comparatively MUCH smaller than Google Maps and incorporating 360° video didn't require a major overhaul because it's still a niche and people are more forgiving of products that serve a niche. 360° photography, on the other hand, has moved from niche to mainstream and made the Street View brand (when tied directly and only to Maps) irrelevant very quickly. Transparency is crucial to Google's success.
Mapa Creador y Editor Cities: an interactive data visual This is an updated and expanded version of the data visual first posted in June 2014. It draws on a new dataset from the United Nations Population Division. It also covers all cities with 500,000-plus inhabitants, compared to the earlier version that covered cities with 750,000-plus inhabitants. Guide to use To use the above data visual click on the dateline button at the top to slide the scale to the right and advance through the years, enabling you to see how and where cities of 500,000+ inhabitants have grown since 1800, plus predictions for future growth up to 2030. A summary of the wider global changes taking place can be found at the top, while users who hover their mouse over individual cities can discover precise data regarding those cities. Alternatively, click on the 'grid' view towards the top right of the visual to see a chart of the individual cities and where they rank in terms of population. This data visual has been optimised to work best on desktop computers. Themes: Urban
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