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Tutorials

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  1. Introducing the leafmap Python package for interactive mapping (video | gif | notebook)
  2. Using basemaps in leafmap (video | gif | notebook)
  3. Using Cloud Optimized GeoTIFF (COG) and SpatioTemporal Asset Catalog (STAC) (notebook)
  4. Creating a virtual mosaic of Cloud Optimized GeoTIFFs (COG) (notebook)
  5. Loading local raster datasets with leafmap (notebook)
  6. Adding custom legends to the map (notebook)
  7. Adding custom colorbars to the map (notebook)
  8. Using WhiteboxTools with leafmap (notebook)
  9. Converting CSV to points (notebook)
  10. Adding local vector data (e.g., shp, geojson, kml) to the map (notebook)
  11. Creating linked maps for visualizing multiple maps simultaneously (notebook)
  12. Creating a split-panel map with only one line of code (notebook)
  13. Adding a GeoPandas GeoDataFrame to the map with a single line of code (notebook)
  14. Adding data from a PostGIS database to the map (notebook)
  15. Downloading OpenStreetMap data with a single line of code (notebook)
  16. Using HERE Map Widget for Jupyter as a plotting backend (notebook)
  17. Adding vector tile layers to the map (notebook)
  18. Adding a point layer with popup attributes to the map (notebook)
  19. Saving maps as a html file (notebook)
  20. Adding Planet global monthly and quarterly mosaic (notebook)
  21. Using timeseries inspector with a single click (notebook)
  22. Using time slider for visualizing timeseries images (notebook)
  23. Creating colormaps with a single line of code (notebook)
  24. Creating heat map from csv (notebook)
  25. Creating a population heat map with a colorbar and map title (notebook)
  26. Creating an interactive map using the kepler.gl plotting backend (notebook)
  27. Creating a basemap gallery (notebook)
  28. Publishing maps with a single line of code (notebook)

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Last update: 2021-10-19