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The Tiling Scheme used by online Web Maps API : OSM, Google Maps etc

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WMTS: declare “GetTile” operation for statically hosted tiles?

Supposedly, one can turn a collection of static tiles, hosted according to the ZXY schema also used by OpenStreetMap tiles and Google Maps tiles, into a standard-conformant OGC WMTS by accompanying it ...
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GET encoding for static WMTSCapabilities.xml

Supposedly, one can turn a collection of static tiles, hosted according to the ZXY schema also used by OpenStreetMap tiles and Google Maps tiles, into a standard-conformant OGC WMTS by accompanying it ...
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OpenLayers.Layer.XYZ not referencing tiles correctly

I have tiles stored here: ../CO_054/MtViewBaseMap/MtViewBaseTiles in the order : C:\Program Files (x86)\GeoServer 2.10.3\webapps\CO_054\MtViewBaseMap\MtViewBaseTiles\0\0\0.png I'm using this to ...
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Mapcache <template> or <grid> directive

My goal is to use mapcache to generate a ZXY tileset. This tileset can then be used directly by the client with no server requirement. The reason for mapcache is that I have a set of mapserver map ...
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How can I return z/x/y of all tiles with OpenLayers3 and export them as geojson or csv?

My custom tile layer: var baseLayer = new ol.layer.Tile({ source: new ol.source.XYZ({ url: 'http://path/to/the/tiles/base/{z}/{x}/{-y}.png' }) }) How can I return z/x/y numbering for one ...
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How can I convert Bing's “quadtree” tile addresses to ZXY tile addresses in Python?

Bing uses a quadtree-based addressing scheme to come up with a single number (or all-digit string) as the address of a tile. Each digit/character (starting from left / most significant) identifies the ...
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Any ZXY satellite basemaps covering New Zealand at zoom 19?

I need a good satellite base map to use with CartoDB. It has to cover all of New Zealand at zoom 19, [edit:] and be as recent as possible so we can show recently-built properties. It doesn't have to ...
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How to determine which tiles cover your Area of Interest?

I'm relatively new to using a GIS. I've been wondering how could I determine tile(s) on a selected area/point at a specified zoom level?