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You need to pass the map as a parameter to your control. Map is undefined on the way you pass it. Change the last line of your code from this map.addControl(new app.Geolocate()); to this map.addControl(new app.Geolocate('',map)); check your fiddle with this tiny change here
Approximate solution. Cover area by regularly spaced points. Go through every combination of thrm by 2 ( itertools can be handy) computing total of distances to nearest of 2. Pick pair with min total.
You should have a look at the K-means clustering algorithm, which produces what you are looking for.
In Python import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy as np # Constants RADIUS_OF_EARTH_IN_METERS = 6372.8 fig = plt.figure(figsize=(12,12)) # Square figu def create_random_point(x0,y0,r): r = r/ 111300 u = np.random.uniform(0,1) v = np.random.uniform(0,1) w = r * np.sqrt(u) t = 2 * np.pi * v x = w * np.cos(t) x1 = x / ...
To answer your primary question - Yes. This is a common practice and occurs in most, if not all, flavors of cartography. As with making any map, you have to identify what the primary variable you are trying to convey is. If you're trying to show that there is (or is not) a manhole at a given intersection then pinpoint accuracy isn't necessary. If you are ...
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