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This project uses a deck.gl layer with MapLibre and a Clockwork Micro base map in order to display the sights in Île-de-France. We will also colour the points according to the districts of these sights.
Clockwork Micro has completed several custom projects related to the USDA SSURGO dataset. All of these involved large scale data manipulation and complicated custom queries.
We show how to toggle a deck.gl layer using a Clockwork Micro basemap and MapLibre. We will use a MapLibre popup for displaying information about the selected point.
We converted a 33 GB MBTiles file covering all of France to a single PMTiles file using Docker and loaded to S3. We provide several simple tips.
This is a basic example for displaying what can be achieved using the deck.gl transitions. We will simply make use of the DataFilterExtension deck.gl offers in order to periodically highlight multiple points on our map.
We show how easy it is to customize a data pop-up using New York City neighborhood names as an example.
La coulée verte René-Dumont est une voie piétonne en plein cœur de Paris.
National Flood Data uses DB2Vector to offer a continuously updated web map for national flood maps that are updated daily. This implementation demonstrates a primary use for DB2Vector: large geospatial datasets that require regular updates.
An example of a simple web map using MapLibre to display vector tiles as polygons, lines and points.
USGS 7.5-Minute Topo Maps: Your precise guide for outdoor exploration, showcasing elevation changes, landmarks, and terrain insights across 49 sq. miles. No tech needed!