[Geowanking] plotting points on a
adoyle at intl-interfaces.com
Mon Sep 22 10:55:13 PDT 2003
OpenMap can do this, too. http://openmap.bbn.com
It has a nice CSV (comma separated value) ingester and can produce
web-based output. The OGC WMS capability could be better but I
believe there is work being done on it.
There's an active openmap users mailing list where you are likely to
find lots of help.
On Friday, September 19 2003 at 18:58:24(-0400) Dennis Crowley wrote:
> hey all - i'm relatively new to this list, working on building
> location-based applications in NYC.
> anyway, i scanned the geowanking archives but still couldn't find what i'm
> looking for. does anyone know of any web-based, low-maintenance software I
> can use to plot multiple lat/longs on a visual map? of course, i've been
> looking into mapquest/mappoint, but i'm not willing to shell out any cash at
> this point.
> even if there's just a simple website that will let me plot multiple GPS
> coords, I'm sure i could use perl to grab the rendered map image and display
> it on my site. or maybe there's a freely available script that will spit
> back a map with plotted points when i ping it with a handful of GPS coords.
> any suggestions are welcome. thanks!
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