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It was a matter of different Projection systems. Ushahidid stores and returns data in wgs 84(EPSG;4326) system whereas the map was on spherical mercator system (EPSG:900913).


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The best answer I have for this (to my own question), is to continuously save to a raster file, overwriting it. You then use another program to continuously read from that same file over and over again. If all parts of this thing worked properly it would be something close to graphical animation.


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Field Mapping begins on page 2-8. Look at the "Data Dictionary Reference", field size, and starting position. Should give you a template for your files.


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So, the census has a template mdb file that is used for importing their sf1 data into... but if you want an open source route here is a post about using postgres to format the data: http://sproke.blogspot.com/2012/01/importing-2010-sf1-census-in-postgresql.html And if you want to use access, there is that approach: ...


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You can use the MapQuest Open Directions API Web Service This ... allows you to use OpenStreetMap (OSM) routing data directly over HTTP without having to go through a language-specific SDK. Requests can be submitted as Key-Value pairs, JSON, XML and more. If you look at the API, you can find several samples. The service can return results which ...



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