In this tutorial I’m going to show you how you can take a spreadsheet containing addresses and display them as points on a map.
As most of us are already aware, the days of sharing maps via PDF or zipped shapefiles are numbered. Interactive web maps are now the method of choice when it comes to publishing and sharing Geodata. If you’re not designing web maps already, it’s only a matter of time before you will be, so we’ve prepared this short list of the most common web map design mistakes.
As we often get asked by customers, friends, family and random people we meet at the pub what the difference is between Mango and web mapping product X, I decided to write a series of posts explaining the differences as I see them. Today I’ll be looking at Mapbox. Mapbox is a product of two parts, the first part is TileMill. TileMill is a desktop application that can be installed on Windows, Mac and Linux, it’s used primarily to create Mapbox tile sets, but can also be used to generate PNG’s, PDF’s and SVG. The second part is Mapbox. Once […]