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The difference is the true increase of school entries in the database. It has increased from 592443 to 592672. That's 0,04% increase, and can be considered as normal. Keep an eye on the time stamp in the upper right corner: at present time, you still see the count from last night. It might be that someone has retagged some building = school to amenity = ...


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One way to convert odd TMS sources to something usable is MapProxy. What you want to do is define a tile source with a custom grid and set up a cache which uses your source. Once it's in a cache you can set up an output service with a standard TMS grid, or use WMS, WTMS, or another supported option. The two tricky parts are going to be Determining your ...


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TIGER ZIP Code boundaries and TIGER Streets(sorted by FIPS codes) free from the U.S. Census Bureau and should have all the data you need.


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I'm not an expert in Silverlight, the way to fix the geometry is to simplify it. Use ITopologicalOperator5, set the isknownsimple to false and then call simplify which will return a geometry with multiple parts - in this case 3 parts.


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As I understand it, Esri's IdentityManager is designed for managing ArcGIS.com users: This class provides the framework to implement a solution for managing user credentials for (1) ArcGIS Server resources secured using token-based authentication and (2) Secured ArcGIS.com resources (i.e. web maps). Your users would need to register for an Esri global ...


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unofficial there is a web map that is using the CanVec tiles to create a seamless map of Canada copy and paste the link below. ...


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I have found it, it is worth having a look because I think there are not many safe route planners based on past accidents events http://opt.berkeley.edu


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Based on a quick Google search, I believe what you're looking for is http://www.ridethecity.com It defaults to New York, but you can select from a number of major cities in the United States, Canada, France, Spain, Australia, and a couple of others. Very interesting application! And apparently (according to this question) it's driven by PgRouting.


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Well, I'm going to "answer" my own question -- while the below isn't an ideal solution, it is pretty darn close and meets all 3 of the requirements I outlined in the question. Note that the limitations were: No immediately available access to our own map server (as it turned out), I don't have the know-how to write my own user registration system in only a ...


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I recently accomplished almost exactly what you describe using ArcGIS (JavaScript API), ArcGIS Server 10.2 (this controls the administration and edit tracking), and PostGRESQL. I originally used this (outdated) Flex API example as a template. In this example, the user logs in and creates some features with related attribute information. These features are ...



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