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OpenStreetMap On 29 February 2012, Foursquare started using OpenStreetMap maps.
កោះត្រល់ ​​ សូមមើលផែនទី: https://www.google.com.kh/maps/place/Kaoh+Tral,+Vietnam/@10.476727,103.991031,10z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x31a78c62b49eda17:0x8aa79fbbdd72cdb
OpenStreetMap Out-of-copyright maps can be good source of information about features that do not change frequently. Copyright periods vary, but in the UK, Crown copyright expires after 50 years and hence Ordnance Survey maps until the 1960s can legally be used. A complete set of UK 1 inch/mile maps from the late 1940s and early 1950s has been collected, scanned, and is available online as a resource for contributors.
OpenStreetMap A wide variety of programs exist by now that use OpenStreetMap data to display maps on mobile phones, supporting a large number of different devices. Amongst supported devices are nearly all phones that can run Java ME, making OpenStreetMap available to the majority of current phones, as well as platforms like Maemo, Android, the iPhone, Windows Mobile, Blackberry, or Openmoko. The various programs distinguish themselves according to key features like if they use raster maps or vector maps, need an Internet connection or can be used offline, support alternate render layers such as cycle paths, support address search or advanced features like routing, thus catering for a large number of different needs for viewing maps. With the inclusion of OpenStreetMap support in several programming libraries for mobile phones, it is also possible to include OSM maps in other location-based service.
OpenStreetMap The WordPress OpenStreetMap plug-in inserts maps and adds geo meta tags to posts / pages of WordPress blogs.
រាជវង្សហាន Although the use of the graduated scale and grid reference for maps was not thoroughly described until the published work of Pei Xiu (224–271 AD), there is evidence that in the early 2nd century AD, cartographer Zhang Heng was the first to use scales and grids for maps.
OpenStreetMap In December 2006, Yahoo! confirmed that OpenStreetMap was able to make use of their vertical aerial imagery and this photography was available within the editing software as an overlay. Contributors could create their vector based maps as a derived work, released with a free and open license, until the shutdown of the Yahoo! Maps API on September 13, 2011.
OpenStreetMap In 2009, Hasbro, the games company behind the property trading board game "Monopoly", launched "Monopoly City Streets", a massively multiplayer online game which allowed players to "buy" streets all over the world. Although the game used map tiles from Google Maps and the Google Maps API to display the game board, the underlying vector street data was obtained from OpenStreetMap. The online game was meant to be a limited time offering, closing at the end of January 2010.
OpenStreetMap The resulting data and maps have been used by several organisations providing relief aid, such as the World Bank, the European Commission Joint Research Centre, the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, UNOSAT and others.
រាជវង្សហាន Evidence found in Chinese literature, and archaeological evidence, show that cartography existed in China before the Han. Some of the earliest Han maps discovered were ink-penned silk maps found amongst the Mawangdui Silk Texts in a 2nd-century-BC tomb. The general Ma Yuan created the world's first known raised-relief map from rice in the 1st century AD. This date could be revised if the tomb of Qin Shi Huang is excavated and the account in the "Records of the Grand Historian" concerning a model map of the empire is proven to be true.