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Another GIS software is Mapline (https://mapline.com). If you like fast geocoding, try using their mapping service.


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First: no, you can't use columns instead of rows. Take a look at how can you transpose columns to rows, it's not difficult and will allow you to animate your data. Second: this answer your question on how can you style Torque bubble sizes. In addition, take a look at CartoDB animated heatmaps support, (tutorial on heatmaps), it might fit your use case.


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If you can live with some styling issues, you can save the shapefiles as KML and upload them to MyMaps on Google Maps.


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You can create a free public account on ArcGIS.com. From there, you can upload your shapefile(s) (provided that they contain fewer than 1000 features), create maps containing your shapefiles, and share your maps with others via URL.


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So I hope this is useful for others: I am going to go with using the Information Lookup template for ArcGIS online. It does not give me the flexibility I want, but it does the job I need it to do. I hope this is helpful for others. I created a webmap with all of my layers and symbolized them as I wanted. I configured the popups to look the way I wanted ...


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As BradHards already mentioned you'll need to render your own map tiles. On help.openstreetmap.org there is a list of many opportunities: https://help.openstreetmap.org/questions/136/how-do-i-render-my-own-maps-for-my-website. A similar post on gis.stackexchange: How would I draw and visualize custom maps based on OSM data?


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For me the QGIS Web Client is working fine in Windows7. As the Script Alias changed from /cgi-bin/ "C:\OSGeo4W/bin/ to "C:\OSGeo4W/apps/qgis/bin/" the php is not working now. Server returns the error message as below when typed localhost on address bar. "The requested URL /cgi-bin/php-cgi.exe/index.phtml was not found on this server" I need to add the ...


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If you apply a function jitter to your data points, it will provide that effect.


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MangoMap has the behaviour you require by default. Just to an address search and an info window popups up with information for any features that contain the location of the geosearch. Disclaimer - I work for MangoMap


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I end up using vector-labels example instead, with a slight modification it finally worked. Using olivier approach I can't get the style the way I want it. var getText = function(feature) { var text = feature.get('BLOK'); return text; }; var createTextStyle = function(feature) { return new ol.style.Text({ textAlign: 'center', ...


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Your closure cannot work properly. when you defined your styles, feature variable is not defined. Regarding ol3 API doc styleFunction I suggest you to avoid closure and return an array of Style style: function(feature, resolution) { var styles = []; styles['style08'] = new ol.style.Style({ fill: new ol.style.Fill({color: '#ff0000'}), ...


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you can install cartoview www.cartologic.com/cartoview download the windows installer. then install the the map viewer, geodatatables, Cartoserver and Cartotiler apps for the app store http://www.cartologic.com/cartoview/apps/ Once you have all the apps ready check the documentation on cartotiler, you can create popups and thematic maps check the demo site. ...



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