mapsicon is a free collection of maps for every country in the world, available in 11 sizes or in SVG.
The maps are named after the official two-letter country codes defined in ISO 3166-1. Basically, that means the United States are named US, Canada is named CA, etc.
If you need to access all those countries programmatically, here is a gist ...
Glad you figured out a solution. I was almost done writing this answer when you posted yours, so here's another way:
Download and install QGIS, which is a free GIS program.
Import your point data into QGIS as a CSV (tutorial).
Obtain timezones in a geospatial format (eg from here or here) and import into QGIS.
Run a spatial join between the point layer ...
So I was able to get this information for almost all my weather stations by using the GeoNames.org service:
Using one of my examples:
returns the following XML block:
You can use QGIS to save the data from this service to all supported vector file formats.
I have tried adding the url https://dservices1.arcgis.com/0MSEUqKaxRlEPj5g/arcgis/services/Active_Volcanoes_WFS/WFSServer to the list of WFS services in QGIS 3.6.2 and it shows the SDE_GLB_VOLC without a problem. You can right click on the layer name (SDE_GLB_VOLC) in ...
Cool question and nice map...
I did a reverse image search and found a blog post from 2011, the same year as the map's creation, which has lots of technical details:
Metropolitan Planning Organization (Mass.). Central Transportation Planning Staff.
Although the data will likely will require some additional tweaking; OpenStreetMap has what you're looking for.
For example, in this query run in the Overpass tool that I ran for you of all placesthat are classified as a city in OSM (note: query may take several seconds to load on your computer; you're probably best off exporting it immediately to run the ...
Somewhere in the IBGE perhaps? Sorry my Portuguese isn't great, but there is data for RJ here: https://agenciadenoticias.ibge.gov.br/agencia-sala-de-imprensa/2013-agencia-de-noticias/releases/21571-ibge-lanca-a-versao-2018-da-base-cartografica-vetorial-continua-do-estado-do-rio-de-janeiro
and other data on the ftp servers: ftp://geoftp.ibge.gov.br/...
The data you're looking for is available from the USGS. I presume you have some sort of internet access (you wouldn't be posting here otherwise) and are looking for data you can use offline. I believe they used to offer their data on disk but it's not clear if they still do for anything but LIDAR point clouds; if you need the data on disk you should ...
You can check out the underlying data, which can help to understand what is what, and if you know the area, what may be mis-tagged.
The "dashed brown line" is a grade3 track:
Mostly solid. Even mixture of hard and soft materials. Almost always an unpaved track.
Interesting, at the end of the dashed line there is a "turning circle", according to the map ...
National GIS Resources
NHGIS has historical data for the United States
Great Britain Historical Geographical Information System (GBHGIS)
The Great Britain Historical GIS (Main)
GBHGIS Data Access
National Heritage List for England (NHLE) Listing Data
The US National Historical GIS
The China Historical GIS
Chinese Civilization in Time and Space
I was able to complete this by generating internal boundaries for Carrier Route data using Voronoi. the endpoints to query for carrier routes exist on boundaries-io.com
here is a link to a blog where i figured it out...if this helps someone.
(I don't own this blog)
Final zipcode 60630 ...
Natural Earth Data has Rivers and Lake Centerlines and Lakes and Reservoirs.
The USGS Earth Explorer will let you download data from anywhere in the world. Type "Kazakhstan" into the place search criteria box, click over to data sets and type "hydro" into the data set search box. The dataset called GTOPO30 HYDRO1K is a hydrology raster. There's a download ...
Those are the HU-2 (2-digit Hydrologic Units) boundaries from the national Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD). Sometimes you'll see them referred to as HUC-2 instead of HU-2 (HUC = Hydrologic Unit Code).
It should be possible to download this data for the entire continental US as a single dataset. However...
It's very easy to get the metadata for this ...
I have found 2 repositories with graphs
Real Datasets for Spatial Databases
There are 5 spatial graphs.
Each graph is build from two files: list of nodes with x and y coordinates and list of edges with distances. This format is quite useful for tests and debugging: you can load small number of nodes (e.g. 20) then load only edges used by that subset of ...
EDDMapS (Early Detection and Distribution Mapping System) has reports of invasive species in the United States. This website is developed and maintained by the University of Georgia. It's very reliable data, but the website is on the slow side.
Features of this dataset:
Distribution is usually limited to the United States, and occasionally southern parts ...
Your question is pretty old now, but I'm looking for the same stuff and found this article so far:
The corresponding dataset (described in this article) can be found here: https://zenodo.org/record/57731#.XDS-Plz0laQ
Maybe this helps you. If you found something yourself in the meantime I would appreciate it if ...
Wikipedia has a List of North American settlements by year of foundation, formatted as a sortable table. You can sort this list by country, and copy-paste the United States section into a spreadsheet. This data set contains the following fields:
Name of settlement
Subdivision (state or province)
It does not have lat/long coordinates. ...
After some searching I found this data set which can be downloaded as a KML file. It is made from contouring stations of a shared zone and can be found here.
It would appear that a data set from Transport for London does not exist so this may be the closest representation.
It's not great but you could probably extract the data from the SVG
<title>Fare zone 6</title>
<path fill="#eee" d="
H 625 q 7.5,0 13.5,-4.5
l 72,96 q 6,8 16,...
I know that this data exists for Africa. Here is the link.
There is a variable under the "Ethno Linguistic" group labeled as Language Families 2001. Hope this piece helps.
The polygons seem to be served from a geoserver. I looked at the HTML and here is an example of a polygon:
<img class="olTileImage" src="...
Homeland Infrastructure Foundation-Level Data (HIFLD) has an Open Data Portal where most of this data can be found.
HIFLD 2018 Data Catalog (.xlsx) lists all of their open data wares for the year.
Specifically, borders, boundaries, natural hazards, and transportation ground datasets seem pertinent here.
Note: if the portal isn't definitive enough, go ...
Based on comments, it seems your data is labeled with two-digit FIPS state codes. (FIPS stands for Federal Information Processing Standard.)
Here you can download a table with state names and FIPS codes, in this format:
FIPS State Code | Official United States Postal Service (USPS) Code |
Name | Geographic Names Information System Identifier (GNISID)
One option is to use a Github repo (fork your own) that other users can contribute to, which will help keep it up to date.
Although for regulatory purposes, this may not be sufficient. Also, this is a really nuanced topic, so may be tough to capture with 100% coverage.
For example, ...
I don't see any link to here :
If you are a ESRI ArcGIS Desktop user then they have ArcGIS Online that has these polygons that you can download:
Finally, if you live in those areas or not, you may need to ...
The FGDC Cadastral Subcommittee, which coordinates US national cadastral and land records information, has these resources on their website:
Cadastral Data Standards and Guidelines
Cadastral Data Standards and Guidelines: Cadastral Metadata
Cadastral Publication Metadata Guidelines (Direct link to download a PDF)
Many Bay area companies are included in the SV map, despite its name.
You can access the raw data as a json (archive)
Data model looks as follows: