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Slippy Map is, in general, a term referring to modern web maps which let you zoom and pan around (the map slips around when you drag the mouse).

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How to convert an FAA Sectional GeoTIFF maps into slippy map tiles

The FAA publishes aeronautical maps for the US in a GeoTIFF format: https://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/flight_info/aeronav/digital_products/vfr/. I would like to convert the GeoTIFF into a tile set (in ...
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Convert JGW to Slippy Map Tiles

I've been given a JPG and JGW that needs to be converted into tiles viewable on a mapbox map as slippy tiles. I've been told the image co-ordinates are in https://epsg.io/3116 I've confirmed the jgw ...
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Converting XYZ tile request to EPSG:27700 XYZ tile request

I have a dataset that is in EPSG:27700 projection, but I have a tool that requests tiles for standard XYZ tiles. So the endpoint currently returns tiles from localhost:3000/z/y/x.png (but it's in ESPG:...
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Are these glitches in my map rendering caused by not projecting WGS84 coordinates to Cartesian?

I'm attempting to render continental geometric data stored within an R-Tree in a SQlite database. The data is store as long/lat WGS84 and I'm trying to render it to 256px PNGs for displaying on a ...
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Load GeoJSON data onto Leaflet Map using Slippy Map formatted URL

I've been trying to get some GeoJSON polygon data to show up on a Leaflet map, but the endpoint I'm fetching the data from answers to the format /api/{z}/{x}/{y}.geojson. Leaflet has support for ...
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How do I make a slippy map with a GeoTiff?

It seems that most applications I use for serving map data, gdal2tiles or Geoserver takes the supplied GeoTiffs and chops it up into png files with no metadata. What is the standard practice to place ...
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tilestache url format

Documentation at http://tilestache.org/doc/#over-http says this is the format of requesting your tile /{layer name}/{zoom}/{column}/{row}.{extension} Now, my question is what column and row stand for?...
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What can I use to have aerial imaging delivered via slippy URL format

We have been given a license to aerial imaging from a local supplier. They are available in: * 1km x 1km tiles in MGA coordinates in both TIFF and ECW file format * Mosaiced blocks in MGA coordinates ...
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Creating slippy map from large shapefiles? [duplicate]

I am trying to create a map of the UK based on a number of open data sources (Ordnance Survey Open Data, OSM, some CSV files etc). My end goal is to create a map of the whole of the UK that I can ...
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Creating my own slippy map from GeoTIFF images

I have a Linux server, about 16 Gb of aerial photography files in GeoTIFF format and orders to set up a slippy map web application. This doesn't need to display anything from other data sources at the ...
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MBtiles and SlippyMap tilenames

I'm not sure if I've misunderstood how MBTiles and SlippyMap tilenames go together or if there is a problem when I'm doing an export with TileMill. The issue is that a tile showing the same region - ...
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Creating slippy map tiles? [closed]

I have created a small slippy map (Leaflet) and have given it a bounding box. If the user tries to pan/slide outside the given bounds then the map bounces back. Also, the slippy map only has tiles ...
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Generating bounding box based on tile numbers using slippy map tiles method [closed]

Description: I am writing a map cache server for my company. I have to get input data based on tms standard and send a request to wms server to render and cache map files. I am using slippy map tiles ...
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Generating MapQuest Style tiles for offline use

I need to create about a 9-level deep SLIPPY map of the world from OSM data (for offline use). So I cannot use the MapQuest, CloudMade, etc. servers). The projection must be EPSG4326 (LL84) which is ...
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Can you use a large file directory of jpgs for without georeferencing

I have a large map data set of 256x256 jpg images. The file directory is organized by /map_type/zoom/x/y.jpg. I have 12 zoom levels and each zoom level directory has 2^(2*zoom level) images. I have ...
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Map tiles and max/min latitude and longitude

I'm trying to build a map based on a center point lat/long, the map will always be a fixed size say 1024 by 1024. The user can chance the center point and zoom. If I populate the map with map tiles ...
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Database for offline slippy map tiles [closed]

I currently have an offline HTML5 map application (built on Leaflet & KendoUI with custom additions) that has an app manifest and works fine on multiple platforms. However, I am hesitant to use ...
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Counting slippy map tiles

I would like to calculate approximately, how many tiles of given size would need to be rendered for a given bounding box and zoom level range in a given projection (always 3857). For example, for: ...
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