mapchop

A node.js script to handle breaking image maps into tile-based images for use in mapping applications.

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A node.js script to handle breaking image maps into tile-based images for use in mapping applications.

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$ [sudo] npm install mapchop -g

Usage

Usage: /usr/local/bin/node mapchop [options]

Options:
   -i, --input      Specify original image to cut
   -t, --tileSize   Tile size in pixels  [default: 256]
   -o, --tileDir    Directory to save tiles in [default: {currentDirectory}/tiles]

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Under tileDir, directories should be created, containing the map broken into square segments. From 1-5, the images should represent smaller and smaller portions of the original map. It's then possible to plug in the tiles to a mapping solutions, such as Leaflet.

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