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contextily: context geo tiles in Python

contextily is a small Python 3 (3.6 and above) package to retrieve tile maps from the internet. It can add those tiles as basemap to matplotlib figures or write tile maps to disk into geospatial raster files. Bounding boxes can be passed in both WGS84 (EPSG:4326) and Spheric Mercator (EPSG:3857). See the notebook contextily_guide.ipynb for usage.

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Tiles

The current tile providers that are available in contextily are the providers defined in the leaflet-providers package. This includes some popular tile maps, such as:

Dependencies

  • mercantile
  • numpy
  • matplotlib
  • pillow
  • rasterio
  • requests
  • geopy
  • joblib

Installation

Python 3 only (3.6 and above)

Latest released version, using pip:

pip3 install contextily

or conda:

conda install contextily

Contributors

contextily is developed by a community of enthusiastic volunteers. You can see a full list here.

If you would like to contribute to the project, have a look at the list of open issues, particularly those labeled as good first contributions.

License

BSD compatible. See LICENSE.txt


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