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Create Maps with Vector Tiles | OpenLayers | Mapbox GL JS
This video will introduce OpenMapTiles, an open source project to create vector maps and Mapbox, a revolutionary platform which provides building blocks to create immersive and extraordinary maps. Before jumping into implementation details, it’s important that we understand the bigger picture: 1. Both these platform use dataset from OpenStreetMap. 2. Popular choices of hosting the vector tile server are using Docker, Node, PHP and Hosted. 3. Popular JavaScript based libraries are Mapbox GL JS, Open Layers, Leaflet, and Tangram. Appropriate plugins are consumed to enhance display and interactions. Vector Maps article - https://javascriptstore.com/2017/11/19/vector-maps/ GitHub link to the implementation - https://github.com/viswesh/Maps/tree/master/chapter3 I'm active on Twitter - https://twitter.com/viswesh
How to Add Vector Features to an OpenLayers 3 Map
OpenLayers is a powerful JavaScript tool that enables us to create and display all sorts of maps on a website. This article will guide you in adding a point and a line string feature, then transform their projections to use coordinates, then add some colour by setting the layer's style. Part 1: Adding Point and Line String Features Create a point featur Set the point's geometr Create a line string featur Add the features to a vector laye Part 2: Transforming the features’ geometries to use coordinates. Put the features into an arra Write the transform functio Call the transform function on the feature Part 3: Setting the vector layer's style. Create the fill and stok Create the style and apply it to the laye Check out the finished ma #Adding_Point_and_Line_String_Features, #Transforming_the_features’_geometries_to_use_coordinates., #Setting_the_vector_layer's_style., #Community_Q_A Credit: https://www.wikihow.com/Add-Vector-Features-to-an-OpenLayers-3-Map 1543300432
Views: 17 Yellow Month
Vector Tiles with GeoServer and OpenLayers
by David Blasby The latest release of GeoServer adds support for creating Vector Tiles in GeoJSON, TopoJSON, and MapBox Vector Tiles format through its WMS service for all the vector data formats it supports. These tiles can be cached using GeoWebCache (built into GeoServer), and served with the various tiling protocols (TMS, WMTS, and WMS-C). Thanks to very recent OpenLayers 3 development, these Vector Tiles can be easily and efficiently styled on a map. This technical talk will look at how GeoServer makes Vector Tiles accessible through standard OGC services and how they differ from normal WMS and WFS usage. It will also look at how OpenLayers 3 - as a simple-to-use vector tiles client - interacts with GeoServer to retrieve tiles and effectively manage and style them. OpenLayer 3’s extensive style infrastructure will be investigated, as well as using PostGIS to prepare data for efficient tiling.
Views: 7521 FOSS4G NA
Vector Tiles from OpenStreetMap
This video introduces OSM2VectorTiles - a project to create free downloadable vector tiles from OpenStreetMap. Project website: http://osm2vectortiles.org/ GitHub: https://github.com/osm2vectortiles/osm2vectortiles OSM2VectorTiles is an Open Source Project to create free vector tiles from OpenStreetMap data that you can use to create your own maps. First we need to explain what tiles and vector tiles are. The idea of tiles is to divide the map into many small square images that are joined on the client side. This allows smoother user experience and has many advantages for serving the tiles fast. Since the same tiles always cover the same areas they can be precomputed and cached. Tiled raster maps are now replaced by vector tiles emerging as the new standard but the same tile principles can be applied to vector data. Since clients are more powerful it is now possible to render the map on the device itself and only send the actual polygons, line strings and points and their associated metadata to the client which turns it into a beautiful map. This enables next generation user experience with styles customised for the user language, resolution, day or night time. It also means that now we can create vector tiles only once and let other developers and cartographers style them, which is the goal of OSM2VectorTiles. You can get vector tiles from commercial providers such as Mapbox. But not everyone can depend on a third party. OSM2VectorTiles is an alternative for all those who want true Open Source vector tiles and complete control over the data. With OSM2VectorTiles you can host the tiles yourself or use them offline without having to tiles yourself. You can download vector tiles for more than 200 countries and around 700 cities. And you are still able to use industry leading tools from Mapbox. You can use Mapbox Studio to design your maps and use Mapbox GL JS to create the best possible web maps. Due to the compatibility with Mapbox Streets vector tiles you can switch your already existing styles to OSM2VectorTiles. The vector tiles can be used together with the Mapbox mobile SDKs. Since you are able to download the vector tiles it is possible to create stunning mapping applications that even work offline. You can stay independent but still create great commercial apps. With our public CDN it is easy to get started with your first map. Visit the maps page and copy the HTML code of a map style. Create a HTML file and paste the code. Now open the static HTML page in your browser. The displayed map is now rendered by Mapbox GL JS in the browser and using the free vector tiles from the public CDN. For production use we recommend that you host the vector tiles yourself to stay independent. To host the vector tiles yourself choose an extract and download it. You are downloading a SQLite database containing the vector tiles. Install a tile server like the NodeJS based tileserver-gl-light. A tile server is needed to serve the vector tiles via HTTP to web clients. Start the tile server to serve the downloaded vector tiles to the web. Visit the public endpoint to check your self hosted vector tiles. The tile server gives you direct instructions how to embed the vector tiles in your map applications. And that is all you need to do to start serving your own vector tiles. To create a custom style you download an extract and upload it to Mapbox Studio. Now inspect the uploaded tiles. Let’s create a new map style based on this tileset. In this example we are going to create a map using the water, border and country layers. Let’s change the color of the water and add borders. For the country labels we are using an old font. Now publish the map. Mapbox Studio allows you to export the generated Mapbox GL JSON file. You can now edit the file to reference your own tile server and use the style in MapboxGL or mobile SDKs. We are excited to see what developers will build. Read the documentation on the website and collaborate with us on GitHub (https://github.com/osm2vectortiles/osm2vectortiles).
Views: 15785 Lukas Martinelli
Styling vector layers in QGIS 3
This video shows how to style vector layers in QGIS 3 and how to store the layer and their styles in a GeoPackage. This video is part of the IHE Delft Open CourseWare. You can find all materials at https://ocw.un-ihe.org/course/view.php?id=11
Views: 278 Hans van der Kwast
Application Development With OpenLayers 3
OpenLayers 3 is a complete rewrite based on the latest in browser technology. This talk will focus on best practices for application development with OpenLayers 3. Covering simple maps in a page, integration with popular MV* frameworks, and native-wrapped mobile apps, we'll look at strategies for building mapping functionality into your applications. OpenLayers 3 aims to provide a high performance library with a wide breadth of functionality. Come learn about how it differs from OpenLayers 2, what makes it stand apart from other alternatives, and how you can best leverage its functionality.
Views: 27694 Andrea Ross
Generating your own OpenMapTiles
Generate your own minty fresh OSM vector tiles using OpenMapTiles' Docker images.
Views: 7490 Tobin Bradley
Vector Tiles Part 1
In Part 1 I'll talk about vector tiles, both serving and consuming them. Part 2 will discuss creating and styling vector tiles with your own data. Links on my blog post: http://fuzzytolerance.info/blog/2016/02/09/Vector-Tiles-Part-1/
Views: 7810 Tobin Bradley
QGIS Style | Atlas generation | symbols style in qgis | Style vector, Single symbol, categorized
QGIS Style | Atlas generation | symbols style in qgis | Style vector, Single symbol, categorized Follow me: Please Subscribe YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHzew8z9MuC4Lfg4-m9HfDA?sub_comfirmation=1 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rathphanna
TileServer GL: Hosting vector tile maps on your own server (FOSS4G 2016 videos)
Custom styled map of the whole world served from your server? Easy! This talk shows examples of practical use of the vector tiles downloaded from the OSM2VectorTiles project (http://www.osm2vectortiles.org/) or other tiles in MVT format. A new open-source project called TileServer GL (http:///www.tileserver.org/) is going to be presented. This project serves JSON map styles into web applications powered by MapBox GL JS library as well as into native mobile SDKs for iOS and Android. The same style can be rendered on the server side (with the OpenGL acceleration) into good old raster tiles to ensure compatibility and portability. Maps can be opened in various viewers such as Leaflet, OpenLayers, QGIS or ArcGIS. Alternatively, it is possible to use a tileserver powered by Mapnik to render the raster tiles out of vector tiles and existing CartoCSS styles made in MapBox Studio Classic. Other approaches for independent hosting and using of vector tiles are going to be presented as well. GitHub page: https://github.com/klokantech/tileserver-gl ----- This video was originally published on the official FOSS4G video portal under the CC-BY-3.0 license. It was republished on Youtube for easier sharing on the project website. Link to original video: http://ftp5.gwdg.de/pub/misc/openstreetmap/FOSS4G-2016/foss4g-2016-1288-hosting_vector_tile_maps_on_your_own_server-hd.mp4 Link to video license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Link to official video portal of FOSS4G: http://video.foss4g.org/foss4g2016/videos/index.php
Views: 8053 MapTiler
Maputnik - Style GeoJSON Files
https://github.com/maputnik/editor This video shows how to use Maputnik style GeoJSON files.
Views: 1826 Lukas Martinelli
Adding GeoJSON to a Mapbox Style
Post and notes can be found at http://roblabs.com/blog http://www.roblabs.com/mapbox/2016/12/13/Adding-GeoJSON-to-Mapbox-Styles/ Add your own Geo Data In previous posts we talked about Mapbox Styles and GeoJSON. Now we want to put these two concepts together. Suppose we have a GeoJSON that contains points of interest in Flagstaff, Arizona. One of the features is the tallest peak in the Coconino National Forest.
Views: 4105 Rob Labs
Awesome CSS Styles in GeoServer
Styling in GeoServer is somehow confusing. Using SLDs is nightmare at times. How about working less and smart and having awesome results? This videos shows how one can use CSS just like in any web stuff to come up with great styles fast and effective. Watch this video For questions and concerns leave a comment below Read the article at http://lifeingis.com/using-qgis-styling-in-geoserver/ to get details about SLDs Previous Video https://youtu.be/zRRRDtX9MTY
Views: 635 Wanjohi Kibui
Converting a regular carto project to vector tiles: OSM-carto case study
Rory McCann at State of the Map 2016 http://2016.stateofthemap.org/2016/converting-a-regular-carto-project-to-vector-tiles-osmcarto-case-study/ This talk explains how we in Geofabrik ported the openstreetmap-carto style from regular image tiles to vectortiles backed raster tiles. OSM-carto is a very complicated, and detailed style, and rendering raster images from a vector tile source with mapnik is not as easy as just changing the source. This talk explains those differences and how to overcome them, so you can port your regular style to vector tiles.
Views: 210 State of the Map
Adding an image or raster data to a leaflet map
This video shows you how to add an image or raster data to a leaflet map. There are many reasons why you might want to do this, ranging from show the results of a month long raster analysis to tricking your friend into believing that the latest google earth imagery captured an alien mothership hovering over your house. Whatever your motives, this video shows you how. It is one lecture from a course that I will be releasing in mid-june on client-side programming with leaflet. This course will assume that you are familiar with the material in my introductory course https://www.udemy.com/introduction-to-web-programming-for-gis-applications/?couponCode=YUTUBE which is available now for $35 with the link above. Enjoy!
Views: 4744 Mike Miller
GeoJSON and Leaflet, Part 5
In this series of tutorials I show you how to set up a Leaflet map from scratch (Parts 1-3), how to create GeoJSON files (Part 4), and how to import and style GeoJSON data over your Leaflet tileset (Part 5) and also style the info windows/pop ups. I also show you how to make interactive buttons to control your GeoJSON layers (Part 6). Timer permitting, a Part 7 may be created where I show you how to style non-point GeoJSON data.
Views: 15273 Ian Muehlenhaus
Custom ArcGIS Vector Tile Styles
Learn how to use the the simple Vector Tile Style editor to create custom styles for your own Vector Tiles. https://github.com/Esri/arcgis-vectortile-style-editor http://odoe.net/blog/
Views: 539 Rene Rubalcava
Illustrator Tutorial - Release to Layers ( Open Layers )
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Views: 728 2D/3D Tutorials
Create Maps with GeoJSON | d3.js
In this video series, I will teach you how to create maps with GeoJSON, Rasters Tiles and Vector tiles. While we understand different types of maps, I will also show you how you can get open data and overlay in on a map. Once we cover the basics, I will move on to talk about what's latest in mapping world using JavaScript. Finally, we will take what's been developed and repurpose it for Augmented Reality. For those of you who do not know me, my name is Viswesh Subramanian and I have been professionally developing software for the past decade. Currently, I work at Juniper Networks. GeoJSON is a standards format to represent Geographic features in JSON format. In this video, I will teach you how to build a map with GeoJSON. Text version of the video - https://javascriptstore.com/2017/10/20/data-visualization-with-maps/ GitHub link to the implementation - https://github.com/viswesh/Maps/tree/master/chapter1 Color palette for choropleth colors - colorbrewer2.org I'm active on Twitter - https://twitter.com/viswesh
Mapbox Studio: Adding and Styling Your Own Data Layers
Here we show you how to add your own unique datasets to your Mapbox Studio styles and how to style them. We use snowmobile trails, because... well, I'm mapping Bemidji, Minnesota. Snowmobiling is what you do there. Snowmachines are for Alaskans. ;-)
Views: 4559 Ian Muehlenhaus
Mapbox Studio: Creating a Style from Nothing
Starting from scratch in Mapbox Studio. A blank slate. This shows you how to load datasets and style them to create your own map tiles / backgrounds from scratch.
Views: 6766 Ian Muehlenhaus
Web Mapping Vector Layers
Views: 66 George Raber
Adobe Illustrator CC Tutorial - Using Layers
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Views: 111876 Will Paterson
Esri UC 2017: Vector Tile Basemaps—DYK?
Lisa Berry shows Vector Tile Basemaps and DYK you can use your own data to make your own vector tile basemaps? You can add your own local data and use local projections. You can also customize vector basemaps, such as with Newspaper or Children’s Map examples. Learn more about ArcGIS, here: https://www.arcgis.com/features/index.html See More Esri UC 2017 Plenary  – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaPDDLTCmy4b4_faC7--TcEP9OMcUXXYU Pre-Con Videos  -------------------------------------------------------------  Esri User Conference 2017 Promo– https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=VfN9eYxvBhM  Esri User Conference 2017 General Benefits - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_qzCDsf8yU&t=2s  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  For more videos like these visit:  Esri Website @ http://www.esri.com/videos  Follow us on Social Media! Twitter: https://twitter.com/Esri Facebook: https://facebook.com/EsriGIS LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/esri/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/esrigram   The Science of Where  http://www.esri.com
Views: 3888 Esri Events
QGIS Quick Tip Old Style
A fast run through of the process of creating an old style map based on a simple vector layer, a texture and the built in styling of QGIS. I suggest you run the video once from start to end, and then you can replay it and pause where a lot is happening at once.
Views: 2000 Klas Karlsson
Mapbox GL JS 01 Setup & styles & adding points
Source code: https://github.com/EcutDavid/mapboxGL_examples/tree/master/basicSetup
Views: 12527 David Guan
Personalizar mapas vectoriales y consumirlos con AngularJS
00:00:00 Objetivo y formato de la charla 00:01:00 Presentación @hhkaos 00:01:47 Cómo acceder al tutorial paso a paso 00:02:44 Cómo preguntar dudasen el taller 00:04:09 Algunos de los mapas vectoriales disponibles 00:06:16 Crear una cuenta gratuita en ArcGIS Online 00:07:10 Sesiones y dominios en ArcGIS Online 00:09:26 Funcionamiento del buscador de ArcGIS Online 00:11:23 Item tipo: Web Map 00:12:55 Truco: Filtrar items por propietario 00:13:55 Item tipo: Web Map (continuación) 00:19:58 Item tipo: Layer 00:21:45 Item tipo: Web Scenes 00:25:15 Item tipo: Apps 00:28:26 Usar el buscador desde el editor de mapa 00:30:18 Mapas cacheados: cuales son y cómo funcionan 00:31:41 Buscar mapas vectoriales usando el buscador 00:38:04 Buscar mapas vectoriales con el editor de mapa 00:39:13 Formato PBF de los vector tiles 00:41:09 Crear una copia de un mapa base vectorial 00:45:00 Inspeccionando el objeto JSON que representa el estilo 00:47:41 Editar el estilo de un mapa vectorial 00:47:54 Herramienta: ArcGIS Vector Tile Editor 00:52:02 Herramienta: Vector Basemap Style Editor 00:59:51 Consumir el mapa con AngularJS 01:09:00 Consumir el mapa con ArcGIS API for JavaScript 01:11:18 Consumir el mapa con Leaflet 01:14:16 Consumir mapas base de otros proveedores 01:15:13 ¿Valoras el taller… pliz? 🙏
Views: 351 Geo Developers
OpenLayers 3.1.x : Update and new features
More info: https://groups.drupal.org/node/440733 This video demonstration shows how to use OpenLayers to display information on a map. It shows how to customize the markers and how to use some of the new features that has landed in OpenLayers 3.1.x during the last month.
Views: 3635 Pol Dellaiera
OpenLayers 3 - eine Karte auf eine Webseite setzen
OpenLayers 3 - eine Karte auf eine Webseite setzen Lizenz: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ http://openlayers.org http://openlayers.org/en/v3.8.2/apidoc/ol.source.html http://openlayers.org/en/v3.8.2/apidoc/ol.source.MapQuest.html Textquelle: http://openlayers.org/en/v3.8.2/doc/quickstart.html "Quick Start von http://openlayers.org/ https://github.com/openlayers/ol3/blob/master/doc/quickstart.hbs (contributors github.com: @tschaub @fredj @ThomasG77 @bartvde) Lizenz: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Weitere Videos in der Playlist "Daten und Visualisierung": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQSXX2BYCVV0LxCEcBVYG97NFj1YUj459 Verbesserungstipps und Vorschläge für neue Themen können Sie in die Kommentare schreiben. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/openscreencast Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/openscreencast Tumblr: http://openscreencast.tumblr.com/ Diaspora: https://pod.geraspora.de/u/openscreencast
Views: 1129 openscreencast
Change the Mapbox Map Style Quick
Use the Mapbox SDK to quickly change the map style in a Motive.io Unity template
Views: 511 Motive.io
Map Styling Tools and Interactive maps on the web with OpenLayers - Addy Pope (Go-Geo)
Addy Pope, from GoGeo (http://www.gogeo.ac.uk/), talks about Map Styling Tools and Interactive maps on the web with OpenLayers. This talk was part of the DevCSI / JISC GECO Open Mapping Workshop held at the Electron Club at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Glasgow on 25th August 2011. The event preceded the State of the Map Scotland event. Find out more about this event and the JISC GECO project at: http://geco.blogs.edina.ac.uk/
Views: 1972 JISCGECO
3. Styling Geoserver data with SLD
This video teaches how to render data using SLD files in GeoServer. It is part of the "Bringing GEOSS services into practice" workshop that aims at teaching how to configure, use and deploy a set of open source software to set up a spatial data infrastructure (SDI). More on http://www.geossintopractice.org
Views: 4404 Geoss intoPractice
How To Convert File - Adobe Illustrator TO PSD with a separate layer
Stock Image: http://www.ikhsanhidayat.com/ follow me here: Website : www.qinaradesigns.com Twitter : https://twitter.com/ikhsanhidayat91 Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/ikhsan_hidayat22/ Fanspage: https://www.facebook.com/qinaradesigns ___ Free Download Stock Icon: http://bit.ly/FreeDownload_StockVector ___ Orders (Vector, logos, motion graphics, etc.) Contact Person: Whatsapp: +62 822 7919 1103 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ikhsan.hidayat22
Views: 37747 Ikhsan Hidayat
QGIS: Symbology and Vectors
Shows how to change layer properties so that vector attribute data can be used to assign different symbols to certain features.
Views: 5048 Jason Jorgenson
Tutorial4 :How to symbology for layer in Geoserver with QGIS?
This video will show the easiest steps to create Style for Geoserver in SLD format by using QGIS. Styling Geoserver data with SLD Apply symbology to layer in geoserver
Views: 3438 Punwath Prum
Build a Unity 3D game with Mapbox (4/29) Styling our map with Mapbox Studio
In this lesson, we utilize Mapbox Studio to create a custom game style for our map. ✅ Download Maps SDK for Unity Mapbox: http://bit.ly/unity-sdk-mapbox ✅ View documentation: http://bit.ly/unity-docs-mapbox Video 👍🏼by Devslopes: https://youtube.com/c/devslopes
Views: 2512 Mapbox
Introduction To Leaflet JS | GeoJSON | Part 3 | Eduonix
Hi there, welcome back to 'Introduction to Leaflet JS' series. Did you have fun learning about Popups and Icons? Now let's begin with a new topic - GeoJSON! It is a popular data format which is very straightforward, simple and lightweight too. Leaflet is quite good at handling same. A GeoJSON object can be found in the form of a geometry or a feature. Let's learn more about it in today's class. Check out the complete series here: https://goo.gl/8gj8pv Get instant access to this entire course along with certification here: https://goo.gl/NjVKm9 Thank you for watching! We’d love to know your thoughts in the comments section below. Also, don’t forget to hit the ‘like’ button and ‘subscribe’ to ‘Eduonix Learning Solutions’ for regular updates. https://goo.gl/BCmVLG Follow Eduonix on other social networks: ■ Facebook: https://goo.gl/ZqRVjS ■ Twitter: https://goo.gl/oRDaji ■ Google+: https://goo.gl/mfPaxx ■ Instagram: https://goo.gl/7f5DUC | @eduonix ■ Linkedin: https://goo.gl/9LLmmJ ■ Pinterest: https://goo.gl/PczPjp
QGIS Tutorial 5/12: Create vector layers, register and label elements
The video shows how to manipulate vector data. Under the term manipulation we mean creation, selection, modification and deleting of the element's properties (geometry, attributes). Authors: György Szabó & Ervin Wirth
Views: 2539 FMT BME
MapBox Vector Tiles in Maply
This is WhirlyGlobe-Maply rendering Mapbox Mapnik Vector Tiles in real time on an iPad Air. Mapnik Vector Tile support is in WG-Maply 2.3.
Views: 2938 Steve Gifford
2018 - Printing OpenStreetMap Maps
https://media.ccc.de/v/froscon2018-2253-printing_openstreetmap_maps The 2018 Update OpenStreetMap is mostly seen in online maps but the same data can also be used to generate data optimized to print on paper, using a variety of map styles.The talk will show how to use a simple web interface to create such maps, and recently added features to put GPX tracks, or map overlays generated with the Umap service, on top. Event large There are a lot of online services that produce nice maps from OpenStreetMap data, but only very few that generate output suitable for printing. This talk is going to present MapOSMatic, a service that produces large scale single and multi page high resolution maps. MapOSMatic produces large scale maps in PDF, SVG or high resolution PNG format. Map data from OpenStreetMap is rendered using customizable style sheets, and optionally combined with extra textual information, like a street index for the visible area. Output can be a single page map, or a multi page book-like atlas. MapOSMatic has been around for quite a while, but development had stalled a bit over the last years. Recently the project has been taking up some speed again. The talk will present both the basic features and some of the recent additions, programming and style sheet tweaking, and how to run your own instance. Hartmut Holzgraefe https://programm.froscon.de/2018/events/2253.html
Download OSM Data to shapefile QGIS
Download OSM Data to shapefile QGIS Step 1.Install Openlayer 2.Install Plugin OSMDownload 3.Select Area 4.Download data 5.Export data to Shapefile
Views: 23629 sattawat arab
GIS - Web Map View Demo with GeoSever, OpenLayers, OpenStreeMap
GIS - Web Map View Demo with GeoSever, OpenLayers, OpenStreeMap The demo project by BHTech
Views: 53 Tran Vu Viet Anh
How to make your own pro quality scaleable vector map. Inkscape / Illustrator
Want to make a proper map that looks really professional and crisp, even if you have to resize it? Want to avoid unnecessary work? Paddy from CreativeMedia.org.uk gives you some hints and tips in this map-making demo using free software (Inkscape) or Adobe Illustrator CS3 and later. There are much more advanced ways to create maps, but this tutorial will give you a good simple start.
Views: 2226 Creative Media
Geodata editing in the browser with OpenLayers Editor
Editing geodata in the browser enables the neatest integration of classical business logic with spatial aspects in a rich web application. No separate GIS software is necessary any more. The clip shows some aspects needed for precise and efficient digitizing: creating new data, editing nodes, uploading of geodata and snapping on existent features.
Views: 9049 GEOPSGEOPS
How to Download data from Open Street Map in vector format| export OpenStreetMap data to AutoCAD
How to Download data from Open Street Map in vector format| export OpenStreetMap data to AutoCAD | using global mapper export google earth (kmz) convert to autocad drawing- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tecjD0g5HIo export autocad drawing to kml (kmz) format https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myYKItPRpN0
Views: 48 SBC MEDIA
Removing, Modifying, and Adding layers to OpenMapTiles
Using Docker, SQL, YAML, and a lot of handle jiggling, I customized my vector tile set by removing the housenumber layer, modifying the buildings layer, and adding a parcel layer. Note: make sure the data you're mixing with OSM has a ODBL compatible license! Blog post with code: http://fuzzytolerance.info/blog/2018/10/04/Removing-Modifying-and-Adding-layers-to-OpenMapTiles/
Views: 169 Tobin Bradley
OpenLayers 2.13.1 - Image Layer Animation Issue
This is a Google map base layer with an Image layer overlay. Zooming in and out with 2.13.1 now shows the Image layer animating the zoom in a way that does not at all match the Google layer -previously, this did not happen. I don't see any controls for the Image layer to turn this off. Animating the zoom might be OK if the google layer animated to match.
Views: 409 Jeff Dischler
GEOG 485L/585L OpenLayersDemos 02
This movie contains two additional demonstrations of OpenLayers client interfaces - focusing on the integration of Open Geospatial Consortium Web Map Services, the creation of OpenLayers vector features, including KML.
Views: 437 Karl Benedict
GEOG 485L/585L OpenLayers Demos 01
This movie contains a number of basic OpenLayers demonstrations illustrating the use of different base maps and other core characteristics of OpenLayers development.
Views: 465 Karl Benedict

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