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tangram - WebGL map rendering engine for creative cartography

  •    Javascript

Tangram is a JavaScript library for rendering 2D & 3D maps live in a web browser with WebGL. It is tuned for OpenStreetMap but supports any source of GeoJSON/TopoJSON or binary vector data, including tilesets and single files. Here's a simple demo (repo here) with a basic example of a Tangram map.

tangram-es - 2D and 3D map renderer using OpenGL ES

  •    C++

Tangram ES is a C++ library for rendering 2D and 3D maps from vector data using OpenGL ES. It is a counterpart to Tangram. This repository contains both the core rendering library and sample applications that use the library on Android, iOS, macOS, Ubuntu, Windows, and Raspberry Pi.

Pelias - Modular open-source geocoder using ElasticSearch

  •    Javascript

Pelias is a search engine for places worldwide, powered by open data. It turns addresses and place names into geographic coordinates, and turns geographic coordinates into places and addresses. With Pelias, you’re able to turn your users’ place searches into actionable geodata and transform your geodata into real places. Pelias combines full text search techniques with knowledge of geography to quickly search over many millions of records, each representing some sort of location on Earth.

leaflet-control-geocoder - A simple geocoder form to locate places

  •    Javascript

I need to take some of your time. I can't believe we let shit like the Kathy Sierra incident or what happened to Brianna Wu happen over and over again. I can't believe we, the open source community, let sexist, misogynous shit happen over and over again. I strongly believe that it is my — and your — duty to make the open source community, as well as the tech community at large, a community where everyone feel welcome and is accepted. At the very minimum, that means making sure the community and its forums both are safe, and are perceived as safe. It means being friendly and inclusive, even when you disagree with people. It means not shrugging off discussions about sexism and inclusiveness with handwaving about censorship and free speech. For a more elaborate document on what that means, the NPM Code of Conduct is a good start, Geek Feminism's resources for allies contains much more.




android - Where you can find everything Android from Mapzen

  •    Java

The Mapzen Android SDK is a thin wrapper that packages up everything you need to use Mapzen services in your Android applications. It also simplifies setup, installation, API key management and generally makes your life better. For a working example please refer to the SDK sample app.

line-interpolate-points - Interpolate any number of points along a multi-segment line (LineString).

  •    Javascript

The module exports a single function, interpolateLineRange( ctrlPoints, number, offsetDist ). Please fork and pull request against upstream master on a feature branch. Please provide unit tests and script fixtures in the test directory.

whosonfirst-www-spelunker - A simple Flask-based spelunker for poking around Who's On First data

  •    Javascript

A simple Flask-based spelunker for poking around Who's On First data stored in an Elasticsearch) document index. The spelunker is very much a tool to help work through what the public-facing resource (spelunker) should as it is to help us (Mapzen) visualize and sanity check the data. The spelunker does many things but it does not do everything yet, or in some cases ever.


transitland-processing-animation - Animating scheduled transit trips using the Transitland API and Processing

  •    Processing

Using Mapzen's Transitland API to download transit schedule data and Processing with Unfolding Maps to create spatial-temporal visualizations. See here for more transit flow visualizations.

argo - Rapid reverse-geocoding using Mapzen Search

  •    Javascript

Rapid reverse-geocoding using Mapzen Search






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