tilemill.pdf

69a180136f3c237769452a4af0bbb9a1?s=47 Tom MacWright
May 15, 2013
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 tilemill.pdf

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Tom MacWright

May 15, 2013
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    30 people in a garage in washington, dc open source

    services { } Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    people open source map hosting in the cloud and map

    services { } Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    TileMill is a free and open source application for designing

    custom maps, created by MapBox to modernize the art of cartography. Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    TileMill is a free and open source application you can

    download from tilemill.com and use on your Mac, Windows, or Linux computer Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    it started when WE STARTED MAKING MAPS for elections, floods,

    aid projects, open data releases, funding plans, and much more Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    Cartographers KNOW design + programming + file formats + math

    + geometry + languages + projections + rendering engines Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    That’s too much it shouldn’t take months for someone to

    learn maps. so we built TileMill Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    familiar + accessible if you’re familiar with CSS, you’ll like

    Carto. If you understand spreadsheets, the approach to data should be straightforward. Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    DESIGN FIRST previous tools were analysis-heavy and design- light. TileMill

    led with design and then became an analysis tool. Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    simplicity++ no more than three levels in the UI. minimal

    chrome but graphical hints where needed. Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    TileMill works really well with MapBox, but you can use

    it without. OPEN INPUT, OPEN OUTPUT Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    TILEMILL is a clean slate with smart defaults. Designed to

    work with any data. Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    style Carto: CSS For maps @lw: 2; #counties[zoom > 9]

    { line-width: @lw; } PLUS zoom levels, variables, attachments, fontsets, functions, and so on Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    geospatial is fractured web graphics text audio geo HTML PNG

    UTF8 MP3 grrr.. Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    data ANY* DATA SOURCE - Shapefiles - GeoTIFF - KML

    - GeoJSON - SQLite & PostGIS - CSV Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    TILES “map tiles are the .mp3s of maps” - Mike

    Migurski http://a.tiles.mapbox.com/v3/tmcw.map-23zyofas/15/9668/12328.png Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    Mapnik.org Pixel-perfect, super fast map rendering library. node.js Next-generation server

    environment for applications. CodeMirror, Modest Maps, Bones, request, sax, step, topcube, underscore, millstone, sphericalmercator, tilelive, mbtiles, JSV, generic-pool, glob, node- markdown, chrono + Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    so about that * Geospatial data is still a hard

    problem. OpenStreetMap is 300-500GB on disk. Rendering the world is really hard. Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    TileMill 2 Designed to handle remote data just as well

    as local. Boot up TileMill, and you’ve got the ‘OSM Planet’ *also free and open source Wednesday, May 15, 13
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    TileMill 2 + VECTOr tiles Vector tiles separate data &

    style, reduce size 10x, and work remotely: work without importing ‘the planet’. *also free and open source Wednesday, May 15, 13