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how to calculate the right resolution for an image overlay in openlayers

I have an image I use as overlay in a vector layer in my openlayer web application. The idea is the same as showed in the example you can find here: ...
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Reduce the resolution of a shapefile in R (or QGIS if necessary)

I'm using shapefiles of history U.S. state boundaries from NHGIS to make maps in R. These shapefiles are much higher resolution than I need when making maps at the scale of the country: over 2 million ...
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Exporting maps at high resolution for a specified area

I am using ArcGIS 10.1 and am very new to it. I have Bing Maps aerial imagery of a particular road intersection and I want to export the map as a TIFF at a 1:1000 scale. When I zoom in and then use ...
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Resolution difficulties in Grass

I have gone through similar questions to mine here, but I didn't find a solution. Please help! When cropping a raster image by using g.region & r.mapcalc, I get a new image but the resulting ...
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Printing High Resolution Open Maps?

I hope my question does not silly but I am QGIS rookie and am really struggling to find a solution. I have the added the Google Street Layer to my project on top of which I worked with my points and ...
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Is it possible to export an image that can be zoomed-in on?

I am using QGIS on a Mac. I would like to export my map so that the viewer can zoom in on it, just as I view the map on my QGIS canvas. I am not sure how to word what I want. If you see the map ...
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What vector file type yields the greatest detail with the Heat Map plugin?

I'm using .shp files built from .csv files and having quirky results. Perhaps there is a better way to begin. The heat map appears to be accurately describing the data but calculates a huge area in ...
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How can I compute raster pixel width and height given raster bounds, row count, and column count?

Restated, how do I convert arc degrees to meters? For example, I have an elevation data raster that has the following metadata: WEST LONGITUDE=64.97798789° E NORTH LATITUDE=33.02003415° N EAST ...
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Calculating Map Resolution Without Pre-Defined Scale Levels

I am trying to determine the formula necessary to calculate map resolution (change in lat,long per screen unit). I am interested in only WGS84 coordinate space. Every formula I have found thus far ...