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Oct
14
comment How to create a map colored by distance to nearest point in R
@m0nhawk: I don't think so. A Voronoi diagram shows "which health centre is closest to this point", not "how far is this point from any health centre". It would look more like a heatmap.
Oct
14
comment Calculating elevation profile of a trail?
Looks like that combination is used here: cycleroute.org
Oct
14
asked Command line tools to generate elevation profile from DEM + GPX/GeoJSON
Sep
9
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
1
revised Easy way to render TileMill tiles in retina mode with Leaflet?
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Sep
1
accepted Easy way to render TileMill tiles in retina mode with Leaflet?
Aug
11
comment Overlaying a mbtiles tile layer produced with tilemill over another layer maintaining transperency
Is the background of your map in TileMill definitely transparent? Ie, there should not be a map { background:white; } line.
Aug
10
asked Easy way to render TileMill tiles in retina mode with Leaflet?
Aug
10
answered Easy way to render TileMill tiles in retina mode with Leaflet?
Jul
30
comment javascript/jQuery getJSON very slow with a inner loop
Just to confirm - you're adding twelve hundred layers and you're surprised that it's slow? What's the context here? Why so many layers? Is there a better way?
Jul
30
answered Street-view Image not rendering in CartoDB infoWindow
Jul
28
answered Where i can find Mapbox tiles gallery
Jul
28
comment Efficient way to provide cached tiles?
I don't really understand your question, but I suspect the answer is MapBox's mbtiles format. It uses an SQLite database.
Jul
19
answered Mapping Trails with GPS - Hardware Suggestions
Jul
17
comment Display peaks using Tilemill and only show relevant peak per zoom level
That's not quite true - some peaks have the elevation as ele=... . Depends on the region, I think.
Jul
17
comment How to use Leaflet to efficiently show parts of a massive dataset?
Interesting, I hadn't heard of it before. But at $29/mo, that's definitely outside the price range of the hobbyist, or most small research projects.
Jul
17
answered How to use Leaflet to efficiently show parts of a massive dataset?
Jul
16
comment How to use Leaflet to efficiently show parts of a massive dataset?
Well, my question wasn't "does anyone have any hacky half-arsed code which will let me get data from a geoserver in Leaflet" :) I do notice that there seems to be another Leaflet-WFS-T plugin here: github.com/flatrockgeo/leaflet.wfs-t
Jul
16
comment How to use Leaflet to efficiently show parts of a massive dataset?
Yes I saw that. It seems the author essentially implements a WFS-T client from scratch: github.com/Georepublic/leaflet-wfs/blob/master/index.html#L137
Jul
16
comment How to use Leaflet to efficiently show parts of a massive dataset?
To do that it would need to speak WFS, no? And afaik that exists only in the (not maintained) WFS-geojson plugin?