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accepted Library design: Layer coodinates/origin
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comment Library design: Layer coodinates/origin
That would be number 2.
Oct
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comment Library design: Layer coodinates/origin
Georeferencing sounds like an interesting option for future versions (is georeferencing used [polymaps.org/ex/transform.html](here)?, but as of now I prefer a simple and stupid solution, like the one used by Polymaps. What do you think is the most straightforward way to "throw an image on a map"?
Oct
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comment Library design: Layer coodinates/origin
So, they did it wrong in the polymaps example?
Oct
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comment Library design: Layer coodinates/origin
@CL. Why infinite? - The map uses an infinite Cartesian coordinate system for low level representation, so that the map can display virtually any 2D Data and not only earth (there are also technical reasons). For geographic coordinate systems, a higher level interface can be used. How specify coordinate system? I am not sure what you mean, but a layer can be any data, e.g. the image from the Polymaps example.
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revised Library design: Layer coodinates/origin
same -> third
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awarded  Editor
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revised Library design: Layer coodinates/origin
polymaps example
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asked Library design: Layer coodinates/origin