render(myMap) - Print OpenStreetMap maps for survey (2011-2021)

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render(myMap) provides easy way to render specially styled OpenStreetMap maps, for surveying the area. We call it detail survey print, where all objects are rendered.

You can print your own OSM maps on render(myMap) website or find the source code on SourceForge: render(myMap) project page

or read on for some more details.

It consists of a web frontend and a server backend that uses an external OSM render engine to generate maps. No PostGIS or other complex OSM backend required. The system has been in development and use since 2011. See built in help on the live website (demo) for more info on usage.

The source code is available on SourceForge.

Program screenshot showing a map and some options for printing


Program screenshot with the printable rendered map, showing a 9 pages map

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