You will need to specify this in the Georeferencing software you are using in order for these to display in the correct position and be projected properly. Detailed information about working with different coordinate systems is available in our help guide page on Coordinate Reference Systems. To use the Georeferenced Maps, download the . Jpg and Jgw files to the same location on your computer. To use the WMS layers just copy and paste the URLs into the appropriate dialogue box in your Georeferencing software. To use the Google Earth KML, click the link and open in Google Earth or save to your computer. You will need to download the Google Earth Software.
To then add these as layers in your own project, follow the instructions for the specific Georeferencing software you are using. Please read our instructions detailing how to do this for ArcGIS and Quantum GIS. Compare two maps on screen at the same time in our dual map view. Further maps, data and boundaries can be found on our Resources pages. You can also read the full legal code of the licence. The maps are provided under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.
You can embed the maps in your own website, display your own markers or mapping data on top of it, use it for research purposes, or create derivative work from it. The only condition is that you must display an attribution to the Visualising Urban Geographies project, together with a link to our website, whenever our maps are used. If you create derivative work, the documentation of your work must contain this attribution. M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 9 1zm. M9 1a8 8 0 1 0 0 16A8 8 0 0 0 9 1zM8 15. I am working on an application which uses Boost. Python to embed the Python interpreter.
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