Code index entries tagged: mapping
A command-line tool to better visualize crowded dot density maps.
CartoDB is an open-source platform to map, analyze and build apps with your data in the cloud.
A set of tools for fetching shapefiles from the Census FTP site, then extracting data from them.
Web app that shows the location of flu shot clinics in Chicago, using data from the Chicago Department of Public Health, a Google Fusion Table, and the Google Maps API.
A simple command-line tool to export MBTiles to an S3 location.
The Boundary Service is a ready-to-deploy system for aggregating regional boundary data (from shapefiles) and republishing via a RESTful JSON API.
A simple Python wrapper for version three of Google’s geocoder API.
A template for a black base layer about Southern California. Designed for overlaying bright data visualizations. Created with open data.
A very simple “choropleth” style map with tooltips with D3. All you need is a GeoJSON of polygons.
Simple Tiles is an image generation library for spatial data written in C. At it’s core, it is a thin wrapper on top of OGR for spatial data and Cairo for image generation.
Generating all the roads for you since 2012.
Simpler Tiles is a library of ruby bindings for Simple Tiles, a GIS image generation library. It allows you to generate PNG based map images without having to dip into straight C.
StateFace is a font you can use in your web apps when you want tiny state shapes as a design element. It’s designed to be …
TileMill is a modern map design studio powered by open source technology.
Tulip is an application to make building choropleth styled maps easy.
A work in progress, combining @courieressig’s “Tabletop to Leaflet” and @mapbox’s “Geo for Google Docs” into a single entity. It’s a responsive mapping tool that …