3

This is possible, but there is no out-of-the-box solution. You have to create your own plugin, which combines leaflet-tilelayer-mask and Leaflet.TileLayer.ColorFilter plugins. New plugin, let's name it L.TileLayer.ColorFilterMask, is created by extending L.TileLayer.ColorFilter instead of L.TileLayer when creating new mask plugin. Code in leaflet-tilelayer-...


2

There are two reasons why your code cannot work. If you looks at the plugin docs at https://github.com/frogcat/leaflet-tilelayer-mask, you'll see that .setCenter method parameter should be in pixels relative to map container, so you have to use map.map.latLngToContainerPoint method to convert geographical coordinates to pixel coordinates. The second problem ...


2

Multipolygon syntax is wrong, there's missing square bracket at the start and at the and of each polygon within multipolygon. For example, start should be like this: { "type": "Feature", "properties": {}, "geometry": { "type": "MultiPolygon", "coordinates": [ [ [ ...


1

Google Earth Engine is quite different to the usual javascript experience. You would almost never use for loops and most often dates are saved as properties (attached dictionaries) to Earth Engine Objects like ee.Image and ee.Feature. I would suggest that you start out reading or watching some of the tutorials supplied by the GEE team. EDIT: But to actually ...


1

You'd need to add the closing as part of a mouseleave event map.on('mouseleave', 'routeThree', function() { popup.remove(); }); Note that this assumes a template popup var above function scope to get accessed, i.e. var popup = new mapboxgl.Popup({ <options> }); See the official example for more on the general usage.


1

To prevent SQL injection attacks there is a validation regular expression that is used to check if a parameter is acceptable. By default this is ^[\w\d\s]+$ which means that only "word characters ([a-zA-Z_0-9])", digits and white space are allowed. So if your name contains a - it is rejected. You need to add - into the validation check (this is a ...


1

I finally resolved the issue. The problem was in two places. The first problem was that I did not create a node network for the roads shapefile in PostgreSQL. Furthermore, I needed to create a network topology specifically after creating the node network for my roads. It would go as: Create node network for Roads. Result roads_noded table created. Create ...


1

I'm not sure why, but if I modify my cql filter string like this, it works filter = filter.replace(/'/g, '%27').replace(/ /g, '%20');


1

Since html option of L.divIcon can be any html code/element, you can wrap your desired content with <div> tag with required aria-label attribute: pointToLayer: function (feature, latlng) { return L.marker(latlng, { icon: L.divIcon({ className: feature.properties.type, html: '<div aria-label="' + feature.properties.name + '&...


1

Unfortunately, there is not yet such function in GEE; however, you could simply write the formula of RMSE or MAE in GEE. As an example for RMSE calculation; var observation = ee.Array([0.1,0.2,0.3,0.9]) var prediction = ee.Array([0.12,0.24,0.31,0.89]) print(observation.subtract(prediction).pow(2).reduce('mean', [0]).sqrt(),...


1

The L7 SCL-off gaps are being set as null/NaN. When you apply the cloudMaskL457 function, it masks out the gaps as well as clouds and cloud shadows. Later you calculate the annual mean, which generates a composite from multiple images, minor L7 gap artifacts often show up in composites. The alternative is to not mask them, which would produce an even worse ...


1

You can use clip or clipToCollection to mask out pixels outside a geometry. You can then set skipEmptyTiles to True. To speed up the process, you could set each yearly image to one multiband image and export that one: // This will result in a single raster for each collection var image = ee.ImageCollection.fromImages(ee.List.sequence(Number(startYear), ...


1

As per http://giscience.github.io/GIScene.js/docs/v1.0.2/classes/GIScene.Format.html, the supported formats by GIScene.js are CTM, JSON, OBJ etc, but GLTF and/or GLB format is therefore not supported by GIScene.js. Moreover, the examples as given in https://giscience.github.io/GIScene.js/examples/index.html are only using CTM and JSON formats for ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible