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If the raster is in PostGIS, using ST_Value this would be handy (from this similar question): SELECT ST_Value(rast, geom) val FROM yourrastertabe, yourpointtable WHERE ST_Intersects(rast, geom) This would require you convert the linestring to points, insert into an array or table, and then run the intersection. Stream the results to a file and then back ...


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I work at CartoDB! It is per month :) http://cartodb.com/terms#map_views


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I just visited the CartoDB Pricing page and I can see the ambiguous wording that has led to your question. It also says there: Do you need more information? Ask sales Since this is a question concerning the commercial offering of CartoDB I think you should click the Ask sales link on that page. I would read it as 10,000 views in total i.e. the free ...


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You could do this by creating a client-side map using OpenLayers with a Google base layer and setting the restrictedExtent property to a bounding box covering the country you want to display. I don't think that violates the Google terms (if that's what you mean). For the map server, MapServer has MySQL support. GeoServer has MySQL support as an add-on, but ...


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There are several options for rendering or displaying geospatial objects within a Rails application. Usually the hardest part is setting up your application to be able to store geospatial data and run PostGIS related functions with it. I'm not sure where you are at in your process of using Rails with PostGIS, so as long as you have already installed ...


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http://cartodb.com/ just upload the spatial data and work around to customize. if you know sql its added advantage but still you can work without it also .. Create dynamic maps, analyze and build location-aware and geospatial applications with your data using the power using the power of PostGIS in the cloud.



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