Questions tagged [stamen]

Generally refers to a popular series of base maps created by Stamen Designs, typically "Toner", "Watercolor", and "Terrain". Can also refer to geospatial research conducted by Stamen Designs.

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Cartopy image tiles - determining possible zoom level in advance?

In Cartopy I'm using an image tile like so: terrain_tile = cimgt.StamenTerrain() ax.add_image(tile, zoom) By default I've set the zoom level to 14 and that works perfectly for my first test case. ...
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Setting up a local terrain tile server

I am setting up an offline tile server. Does anyone know of something similar to OpenStreetMaps and/or Stamenmaps for terrain data that I can use with unfolding or other api?
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Using Stamen base layer offline in mobile application?

I am creating a mobile application using html/css/js and I am in the process of making it operational offline only. I am using Stamen as a base layer so I want to use it offline too. If this is ...
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Adding Stamen global terrain maps to geonode

Until recently Mapquest provided the de-facto standard for open tile access for OpenStreetMap data. In June they announced they are renewing their services. As a consequence current Mapquest basemaps ...
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Access Stamen tiles via https

To get rid of "Mixed content" warnings I'm trying to access stamen map tiles via https. For http the used url is: http://{s}.sm.mapstack.stamen.com/(toner-lite,$fff[difference],$fff[@23],$fff[hsl-...
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How to reproduce Stamen's Toner PostGIS setup?

I'm trying to render Stamen's toner map with Landez which uses Mapnik. The style I'm rendering is from Stamen's toner project. I'm using the one which only renders labels (no lines). I imported the ...
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Is it possible to access the Bing Maps “dark” mode in the ArcGIS JS API?

Stamen Designs have made a beautiful Hurricane Tracker application which uses a "dark" mode of the Bing Maps backdrop. This is perfect for directing people's attention to the overlay rather than the ...