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You can geocode a list of zipcodes that you can upload as a regular dataset, but probably it's better for you to find them directly from their source and upload that dataset. If you're looking for USA zipcodes, I recommend you to take a look at the ZCTA datasets that Census US offers. This dataset is the lighter one I found for these regions: ...


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To create a map like that, you will need a country boundary map, a state boundary map. I believe you can find the data you want here. Try to search within the website. If you are looking for more gis data of Poland or other countries, try to find them from institutional sites. Sometimes you need to request them by sending email to a certain organization. ...


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Thanks, @iriberri! I did not know it is possible to edit the legend's HTML and CSS. However I decided not to add a gradient to the bubbles in the legend, since this would mean mixing up to different value ranges. In my case the color is independent from the size of the bubble for each data point, and vice versa. I have found a way to display both value ...


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I'm going to go ahead and expand my comment into an answer. While this is not a solution for ArcGIS, Illustrator, or Photoshop, I feel it would be perfectly valid to do this in QGIS. In the style tab of the Properties Dialog, you can choose gradient fill. You'll want a two colour radial gradient, where the second colour is transparent. Then, set the ...


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I stumbled upon an old project that made use of the "layers" in the porject.yml file so I inserted my layers in the format noted below and was able to manage the draw order of features this way. Note: The top of the list is the lowest layer and the last list item is draw on top of the preceding items. layers: - landuse - waterway - water - ...


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If you mean to disable panning, here's how: First declare your map variable: // Create a map in the div #map var map = L.mapbox.map('map', 'example', { minZoom: 2,//need to change it to 1 maybe 0 for mobile devices // These options apply to the tile layer in the map. tileLayer: { // This map option disables world wrapping. by default, ...


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As I stated in my comment, this is probably a topological error. You may use the Repair Geometry tool to repair the polygon feature. Polygon fills bleed over or fill entire page when printing or exporting


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Check out the geographic boundary change notes from the Census Bureau. I believe blocks, block groups and tracks' geometry are updated every 10 years with a new census. https://www.census.gov/geo/reference/boundary-changes.html Also checkout the User Notes from each year in the Tiger/line info https://www.census.gov/geo/maps-data/data/tiger-line.html


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So,actually there is a guide for map making in qgis 1.8 (http://docs.qgis.org/1.8/en/docs/user_manual/print_composer/print_composer.html) Adding a current QGIS map canvas to the Print Composer Rectangle is the default setting. It only displays an empty box with a message ‘Map will be printed here’. Cache renders the map in the current screen ...


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I have the same problem, and as above I am not trying to aggregate point data to a continuous hexagon surface but instead I'm trying to take different sized polygons and resize them to be the same size for visualising data. I've found this: https://github.com/JoshData/cartogrid But I have not had success running it, maybe it'll work for you. But it would ...


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Here is the a detailed walk through provided by Esri on how to make a story map. Within this site you can navigate around to find different templates and application types with instructions on how to create your own.


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Nowadays, you can use the getBounds method of a MultiPolygon object and than use that to set a map's bounds. var multipolygon = L.geoJson(foret); multipolygon.addTo(map); map.fitBounds(multipolygon.getBounds());


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Alex Hill at Detroitography has a series of Hand Maps for Detroit: http://detroitography.com/tag/hand-map/


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Mapillary - Crowd sourced street level photography that you can contribute to with using a smartphone or action camera. Uses OSM as a base map.



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