Transparency camp

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We'll talk about how to take open data and visualize it on a map using open source technology at Transparency Camp 2011.

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Transparency camp

  1. 1. Open Source: beautiful, fast, and easyDesign interactive maps Host maps exported from Take interactive TileMIllusing a CSS-like styling TileMill on a fast and light maps offline for mashing uplanguage. map server. with KML and GeoRSS.
  2. 2. Telling Complex Stories with Maps
  3. 3. 256 x 256 (pngs/jpgs)
  4. 4. Where do tiles come from?
  5. 5. Data Collection GIS Analysis Map Design
  6. 6. Data Collection GIS Analysis Map Design(after you collect and work with your data in ESRI or OpenGeo)
  7. 7. Map Design: Data to DeviceData { } { } { } - Shapefile - KML - GeoJSON Design - MBTiles* - PDF - PNG Device - Web - Mobile - Paper
  8. 8. Map Design: Data to DeviceData { } { } { } - Shapefile - KML - GeoJSON Design MBTiles format - MBTiles* - PDF - PNG Device - Web - Mobile - Paper a simple schema for storing binary tiles and data within SQLite databases to package maps in a way that makes them more portable and pluggable.
  9. 9. TileMill is a full-featured map design studiopowered by open source technology.
  10. 10. Targeted Users:- GIS experts- Data analysts- Program managers- Communication teams- Developers
  11. 11. Project BrowserTileMill’s main start page shows all the projects you are developingand helps you manage your data sets and quickly start a new project.
  12. 12. Editing InterfaceUsing a CSS-like language, the editor on the rightcontrols the map style and updates it in real time.
  13. 13. Color PaletteTileMill keeps track of all the colors you use in a project,and makes it easy to edit them and add new ones.
  14. 14. Adding LayersLayers are how sets of data are added to a map inTileMill. Each layer references a single shapefile, geoJSONfile, KML file, geoTIFF, or (soon) PostGIS database query.
  15. 15. Data ManagementAdding a layer opens a dialog you can browse toselect shapefiles from your local machine.
  16. 16. Layer ManagementAll the data sets that you have brought into yourmap show up on the left hand side.
  17. 17. Layer Data InspectorYou can inspect any data layer
  18. 18. Exporting MapsExport your map to a PNG image or to anMBTiles file.You can also view past exports.
  19. 19. TileStream is a super fast map server forhosting maps (MBTiles) made with TileMill.
  20. 20. Targeted Users:- GIS experts- Data analysts- Program managers- Communication teams- Developers

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