Activity tagged “maps”
BWCA data in KML, specifically entries and portages.
GIS data from the MN DNR.
Various types of BWCA map data — campsites/portage points, USGS raster maps, etc.
Heat maps, point clustering, etc. Built on top of Raphael.
Download custom maps to Garmin GPS devices. Dunno if this'll work with my older Garmin, but if it does that'd be sweet.
TIGER/Line data in SHP format. Importing this into a GeoDjango site is easy-peasy.
Awesome idea - this should help make mapnik configuration easier.
Radar covers the Flickr/BurningMan/OSM collaboration. I happen to know that this uses the GIS add-on to a certain popular web framework; I expect to hear more about that side of things at DjangoCon.
Paul explains a bit about how the maps on EveryBlock work. I hope he'll give more details in the future; fitting all these bits together can be difficult, and EveryBlock's implementation of the Open Source geo stack is the prettiest to date.
Matt points out an important trend here at the J-W. Google really is making working with data online much easier, and we're taking full advantage.
Ohshit - looks like Google added this feature when I wasn't looking! Rock on.
Someone, at least, has figured out how to draw great circle lines on Google Maps. Time to give this a stab myself, I suppose…
Garmin's new developer website. APIs, device communication toolkits, services… must investigate further…
*The* source for flight geekery
This page contains the standard cartographic symbols and patterns used on National Park Service maps.
Extra-slow for that authentic Microsoft feel
I always forget where this page is!