[OSM-dev] Size of tiles
jukka.rahkonen at latuviitta.fi
Tue Jul 2 07:15:59 UTC 2013
EPSG:3857 is only valid between 85°S and 85°N so poles are never rendered.
Peter Wendorff wrote:
> Am 01.07.2013 23:23, schrieb Eric Fischer:
>> At the equator, the length of a tile is the circumference of the earth
>> (40,075 km) divided by 2^zoom, so a zoom level 19 tile is 76.4 meters on
>> side, for 5837m^2.
> ...but at the north pole (where we usually don't render), the north edge
> of a tile represents 0 (the circumference of a point) divided by 2^zoom
> = 0, so there's no general answer to your question.
>> On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 2:16 PM, Vince Berubey <screams_3 at hotmail.com>
>>> using Mapnik and the python scripts, I generated tiles from zoom level
>>> to 20. I was curious to find what is the exact size covered by a tile
>>> every zoom level.
>>> .i.e: Zoom19= 20m^2
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