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I think this is done using the WikiProject Geographical coordinates: WikiProject Geographical coordinates aims to better organize location information in articles containing a set of numbers that identifies location on and relative to the Earth.


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The first issue is that in view.jade the Javascript block is not indented over. Everything under and including script(type='text/javascript'). needs to be indented one space. The other issue is that ol.js isn't being imported. In layout.jade the following line must be added: script(type='text/javascript' ...


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The most practical (i.e. quick) solution I found was serving it out of MapBox. MapBox offers free web mapping services including serving rasters. It converts rasters to tile layers that can be accepted by ArcOnline. However, with some kinks which require a little grinding out at times. If you go to MapBox.com and open an account you can upload your rasters ...


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Your Question is hard to answer (more difficult then those decisions already are) as it is not clear what size your service might be. Did you have any logs evaluated or some other user statistics from former projects? Spatial servers as you call it are not out there as far as i know, beside the ones you already mentioned like MapBox. When you donĀ“t want to ...


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There is a Leaflet plugin called Leaflet Draw https://github.com/Leaflet/Leaflet.draw You would have to write some code to export the drawing to a data file, ie. GeoJSON, that the user would download...


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There are many ways to achieve what you want. For example, you can replace the following part: var div = $('<div style="width: 200px; height: 200px;"></div>')[0]; m.bindPopup(div); m.openPopup(); var chart = new Charts.CircleProgress(div, "", 50, { font_color: "#fff", fill_color: "#222", stroke_color: "#4591C9" }); with: var ...


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It depends a bit on what your goal is, with Geoserver (and other mapservers) you are in control of your data, as you provide the services. They do not cost anything (beside the infrastructure). But you have to care about the underlying server (hardware or platform as a service and software, security and so on), probably need an Apache/Ils/Nginx whatever ...


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To install the Web App Builder, you will need to download this directly from the Boundless GitHub, or more specifically from the Web App Builder GitHub page. (Note that it is not available in the QGIS Official Plugin Repository as according to this post, it may still be in the bug-fixing phase.) Download and extract the .zip file into ...


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Try the Web menu. That's certainly where qgis2web installs.



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