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  2. OpenStreetMap - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenStreetMap

    OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a free, open geographic database updated and maintained by a community of volunteers via open collaboration. Contributors collect data from surveys, trace from aerial imagery and also import from other freely licensed geodata sources.

  3. Comparison of web map services - Wikipedia

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    OpenStreetMap Foundation. Paid for by various individuals and companies. HERE: Apple: Yandex: Data Feature Google Maps Bing Maps MapQuest Mapy.cz OpenStreetMap Here WeGo Apple Maps Yandex Maps; Age of satellite imagery 1–3 years [dubious – discuss] 1–3 years [citation needed] 1–4 years No 1–3 years 1–3 years 1–4 years Map data ...

  4. OpenStreetMap Foundation - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenStreetMap_Foundation

    The OpenStreetMap Foundation (abbreviated OSMF) is a non-profit foundation whose aim is to support and enable the development of freely-reusable geospatial data. Founded in 2006, it is closely connected with the OpenStreetMap project, although its constitution does not prevent it supporting other projects.

  5. MapQuest - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MapQuest

    In July 2010, MapQuest announced plans to become the first major mapping site to embrace open-source mapping data, launching a new site separate from its main site, entirely using data from the OpenStreetMap project.

  6. Wikipedia : Creating shape maps from OpenStreetMap data

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    This is a tutorial for creating interactive maps on Wikipedia for shapes using OpenStreetMap data, available on a compatible Open Database License. This is applicable for creating maps of neighborhoods, parks, historic districts, campuses, and most other present-day sites.

  7. Wikipedia : Creating route maps from OpenStreetMap data

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    This is a tutorial for creating interactive maps on Wikipedia for lines, using OpenStreetMap data, available on a compatible Open Database License. This is designed for transit routes, but is easily applicable for creating maps of roads, rivers, and other linear objects.

  8. Wikipedia:WikiProject OpenStreetMap - Wikipedia

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    WikiProject OpenStreet Maps. This project is for anyone who wants to create maps for Wikipedia using data from OpenStreetMap. OpenStreetMap's database is freely licensed under the Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL). OpenStreetMap also provides the tools to create rendered map images.

  9. Web Mercator projection - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Mercator_projection

    The standard style for OpenStreetMap, like most Web maps, uses the Web Mercator projection. Web Mercator, Google Web Mercator, Spherical Mercator, WGS 84 Web Mercator [1] or WGS 84/Pseudo-Mercator is a variant of the Mercator map projection and is the de facto standard for Web mapping applications. It rose to prominence when Google Maps adopted ...

  10. List of online map services - Wikipedia

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    OpenStreetMap - covers the whole country "StreetMap", by Streetmap EU Ltd, at streetmap.co.uk - covers the whole country; United States. Apple Maps - covers the whole country; Bing Maps – covers the whole country; Google Maps - covers the whole country; Libre Map Project; MapQuest - covers the whole country

  11. Organic Maps - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organic_Maps

    Organic Maps works collaboratively with OpenStreetMap, providing an in-app editor to update the map, and using the OpenStreetMap map data contributed by the community. By integrating with OpenStreetMap, Organic Maps ensures users have access to navigation information which is used by hundreds of applications, and have the opportunity to update ...