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In my opinion you must create pyramid layers of you rasters using Gdaladdo command. Using pyramid layers externally or internally will help you to speedup your WMS performance. You can visit gdaladdo for help.


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As suggested in the comments: there is a simple solution via fetching the POIs calculating the detours and picking the best route in the end like I did with similar requirements here. Another option would be to attach the POI information directly in the graph, and do the graph search (Dijkstra or A*) until you find a set of suitable ones, then calculate the ...


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I believe My Maps from google will let you share a map so people can add places. Since lots of people know how to use google maps, the interface will be familiar


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This is very old question, but there are (at least) two important caveats, depending on the task at hand. The task may result in rendering a (very) large number of empty tiles without specific management of the tile creation process. The size on disk of a tile pyramid may be much (more than 100%) larger than expected from the sum of its component file ...


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Check this block where the infowindows are added using a documented method, instead of directly modifying the properties of the layer. cartodb.vis.Vis.addInfowindow( map, sublayer, ['cartodb_id', 'lat', 'lon', 'name'], { infowindowTemplate: $('#infowindow_template').html(), templateType: 'mustache' } );


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There were a few things wrong in there, but I think I have a simplified example that will show you want you need to know. The short answer is that on the onEachFeature: neighborhood_popup line, you should put a function there, and then all the function you want to call, passing any data that you want to pass additionally: Here is the full working code ...


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I think that's what you are looking for: http://openlayers.org/


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Once you have uploaded your CSV files, you can open the item and convert them to hosted feature services.. These will then work fine in Ops Dashboard.


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You can check the total map views from your public profile (username.cartodb.com). First, click on Maps (username.cartodb.com/maps). Finally, click on the map you are interested in. You will find the number below the map title: Take note that map views are not unique views. That number indicates the number of times that anyone has opened the map since it ...


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I have been trying giscloud.com, works fine so far. You could set up a trial account and test it for 30 days. Is really intuitive and easy to use. Supports both vector and raster data.


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Like aborruso I would like to recommend you greenalp. Your Idea is great. Ride on bicycle. And for car or other fleet my suggestion is gofleet. https://www.gofleet.com/product/gps-vehicle-tracking-device I ride a lot in my bike. Most of the time we ride as a group. Go somewhere else from our busy town. But we don't have GPS system. Sometime we follow only ...


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A Geocortex Essentials Site can include OGC WMS and WMTS services. If you can publish this raster as either of those, you can add it to your Site (which will then appear in the map viewer from the App). If the raster images are in Web Mercator, and could be published to a web server, then you may also add them as a Web Tiled Map service. This assumes that ...


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Checkout turf.js isobands function. Though ultimately @Diffusion_net is right: trying to do this in the browser is going to be much harder than doing it on your own using Arc/qGIS. If your data is relatively static, this shouldn't be an issue. If you have to perform these calculations on the fly in the browser, then isobands should get you there.


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So I do not know of any native plug ins for leaflet to create contour lines and fill them in like this. So unless you want to write your own function for achieving this I see the easiest way to go about this would be to create contour polygons(filled contour lines) in a desktop software (ArcGIS, QGIS, etc.)and export the shapefile, afterwards convert that ...



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