[OSM-talk] Osmarender based slippy map
osm.list at randomjunk.co.uk
Thu Nov 23 13:25:59 GMT 2006
People seemed to like the large map of London produced using osmarender.
Yesterday I got bored so wrote a tile renderer based on osmarender, and you
can see the slippy results here:
There's only the UK (and a tiny bit of the rest of europe), and the data is
from late October, but other than that I think it looks quite cool, and
gives you a fairly good idea which bits of the UK actually have data.
For those interested: tiles were rendered from OSM data (got from a local
install of the DB) at zoom level 16 (in google terms), then zoom levels 15
to 1 were created by simply scaling down the tiles from the previous zoom
level. TBH I think zoom level 16 is overkill for this... I'll probably do it
at 14 if I do an update. I made some modifications to the
osmarender.xslfile, as well as the
osm-map-features.xml, but these boil down to the same changes made for the
Tile at Home stuff I saw this morning.
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